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Students defend professor after sit-in over racial climate

Rust, who is giving a series of lectures in China this week, could not be reached for additional comment. Marcelo Suárez-Orozco, the dean of the Graduate School of Education & Information ... said he ... read more

The Pulse: In defense of stop and frisk

relied largely on a numerical analysis in concluding that there was "indirect racial profiling" in violation of the Fourth and 14th Amendments. But John Timoney, who ran police departments in New York ... read more

Oregon Legislature adjourns contentious 2017 session

“Despite an uncertain budget environment, the Oregon Legislature passed a series of new laws that ... standards for colleges and universities. And we passed criminal justice reform and a comprehensive ... read more

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Career-technical education America has over-emphasized the importance of four-year college degrees ... such as tracking racial profiling by police. The combination addresses both the social and financ... read more

School Forces Black Students To Submit To Drug Tests

In an outrageously racist move, this Tennessee school forced black students to submit to drug tests. Here are the details. In this latest display of drug war-fueled racism, a Tennessee school forces b... read more

Former Apple Valley star Gary Trent Jr. switches schools again

This week, however, Trent announced that he was instead going to play for a California program that essentially does the same thing. Findlay Prep's head coach left the school earlier this month to tak... read more

N.Y.'s de Blasio should lead on weed

One troubling aspect of de Blasio's new policy is that it does not address the issue of who will be stopped for minor marijuana possession. According to the Drug Policy Alliance, an advocacy group aim... read more

Oregon hotel apologizes a week after kicking out black man

Nearly a week later, the DoubleTree by Hilton hotel in Portland apologized Friday to Jermaine Massey on Twitter. He has accused the hotel of racially profiling him after a security guard called police ... read more

ASU events to explore themes of populism, immigration from trans-Atlantic perspective

The New York Times reported the AfD’s victory showed evidence of “voter anger over immigration and inequality,” with “anxieties over security and national identity” on the rise. This fall, ASU’s Schoo... read more

The Year in Drugs I: The Top Domestic Drug Policy Stories of 2018 [FEATURE]

(Check back next week for our Top International ... battle to get legalization passed in New Jersey. After a half-dozen years of legalization and well-heeled white guys making bank off legal weed, the ... read more

Oregon raises smoking age to 21

The new regulations also ban a 21-year-old from possessing tobacco or nicotine when on a postsecondary education ... Week. Carter, the first black woman elected to the state Legislature, argued to law... read more

Apple upstages Amazon in selecting new tech hub locations

But this week, at least, Apple may have won the prize ... Apple also pledged to add hundreds of jobs each in New York; Pittsburgh; Boston; Boulder, Colorado; and Portland, Oregon. "They are just picki... read more

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