With immigration reform stalled in Congress, a small but growing number of colleges are rolling out their own welcome mats for young people residing in the United States illegally or under temporary deportation
fastcoexist.com - About the author Martin Whittaker is CEO of JUST Capital, a nonprofit dedicated to aligning corporate behavior with the values of the American people. A veteran of the sustainable finance and impact investing industry, Martin previously held senior management positions at Sonen Capital, MissionPoint Capital, Swiss Re and Innovest More
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If you said $1 million for the CEO and $25,000 for the factory worker, then the ratio jumps to 40 to 1. What ratio did you come up with? How Americans view the wage gap These same two questions were asked
They're much less crazy than payday-lending services, and the rest of the world agrees. In an interview with Fusion’s Felix Salmon the day after last week’s Democratic debate and published Tuesday, Senator
Hampshire College is a liberal arts school in Massachusetts that has decided not to accept SAT/ACT scores from applicants. That's right - the college won't accept them, a step beyond the hundreds of "test-optional"
But with a powerful lobbying presence and backing from several key political figures, experts and advocates say the private-prison industry won't be taken down so easily. Last week, the Vermont senator
I have been covering the migrant story for three weeks in Hungary, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia and Austria. I wanted to witness, and photograph, the biggest mass migration of people in Europe since WWII.
Living on minimum wage in the country's most expensive city has its challenges. I'm 26 years old and I work at a bookstore in Vancouver making $11.00 an hour. That's 55 cents above minimum wage, which
Trevor Noah on “Daily Show” diversity, P.C. outrage and racism: “America suffers from a level of institutionalized racial
“I think there's two conversations being rolled into one,” he said. “ The side that I think Jerry and Chris are referring to isn't really political correctness — it refers more to a machine of outrage
Academic studies, the hacked Sony emails and even a Matt Damon reality series all show up the movie business’ attitude towards non-male, non-white characters Technicolor was never meant to be so white.