- "The row has prompted the University of London Union Senate, the union's legislative body, which represents more than 120,000 students, to vote unanimously for the dismissal of Kanazawa, and to condemn his research."
- "Jibril's enterprise is not only an example of the evolving multicultural dynamic within the US workplace, but also the role of women. According to Joyce Stanley, head of the Dudley Square Main Streets Program, a city initiative to support business development in the community, there are nine businesses that were started up by African women in the area, many of them in the last four years alone."
- "Montgomery's former Greyhound Bus Station is reopening as a museum honoring the Freedom Riders on the 50th anniversary of the day they were attacked in Alabama's capital city. The new museum is a few blocks from some of Montgomery's other civil rights attractions, including the Rosa Parks Library, the Civil Rights Memorial and the Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church."
- "'The current recession has done little to help women, minority and older writers move ahead in the Hollywood industry relative to their male, white and younger counterparts,' stated the report by Darnell Hunt, a professor of sociology at UCLA."
- "On some nights, Univision — the nation's fifth largest television network — glides past fourth-place NBC and other established broadcast networks among younger demographic groups in the ratings. And unlike the major broadcasters, which are struggling to hold onto their audiences in an increasingly fragmented media universe, Univision's prime-time viewership has increased about 8% from last season."
- "This ideal mix of economic gains while being with family – when compared with the recession-struck US and its chain of immigration pains – makes the pastures at home, temptingly green. 'America is soon going to be importing innovation from India and China. We are now exporting all that goodness,'" says Vivek Wadhwa, an entrepreneur-turned-academic, who co-authored the report.
"'It's hard to put a date on when this reverse brain drain began, but it accelerated when we went into recession because these emerging economies were not really impacted,' says Robert Litan, VP – research and policy at the Kauffman Foundation. 'It's not a brain drain, but a hemorrhage,' exclaims Wadhwa. 'Flawed US immigration policies along with opportunities in India and China have hastened this trend.'"
- "Reverby said that the study came up with no useful data, and was hidden for decades. Records of the experiments suggest that despite intentions, it is likely that not everyone was cured, she said.
In October, Guatemalan President Alvaro Colom said in a statement that he considered the experiments to be 'crimes against humanity,' and that Guatemala 'reserves the right to denounce them in an international court.' U.S. President Barack Obama called Colom to apologize for the experiments."