Thx Liam. “The women’s likelihood of being infected with HIV/Aids was related to the length of time they had been doing sex work: the longer a woman had been selling sex in Majengo, the less likely she was to be infected.”
Thx ampha. Gary Sheffield “said Latin players have replaced African-Americans as baseball’s most prevalent minority because they are easier to control… ‘[It's about] being able to tell [Latin players] what to do — being able to control them,” he told t
Thx Tereza. “Holsinger’s nomination to be “America’s doctor” is troubling. He has a long history of prejudice toward gays and lesbians.”
Thx Liam. “Like his predecessors, World Bank President Paul D. Wolfowitz was anointed by a dedazo from the U.S. president, even though the bank is not part of the U.S. government and even though 84 percent of the bank’s shares are owned by 185 other natio
Thx Liam. “O’Reilly’s point isn’t an economic or security one; it’s based entirely on race and ethnicity. He seems to suggest that immigration would be perfectly acceptable to him, if immigrants helped him maintain the “white, Christian, male po
Thx Liam. “Off the campaign trail, on Capitol Hill, tune your ears to the new frequency. It’s no longer just the cafeteria staff chattering in Spanish…You see pink, sweating gringo faces in reception rooms off the Senate floor suddenly burst into stacca
Thx Liam. “Bill Maxwell kept a promise to himself, to become a professor at a small historically black college, to nurture needy students the way that mentors had encouraged him as a young man. It was tougher than he had anticipated.”
Part 2 of Bill Maxwell’s depressing look at Stillman College. Thx Liam.
Part 3 of Maxwell’s series on Stillman College.
Thx Rob. “a class of farmers and shepherds, pressed their demand to be officially shunted to the lowest rung of India’s hereditary caste system so they can get government jobs and university spots reserved for such groups.”
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