When a 7.2-magnitude earthquake shook Haiti on January 12, 2010, the country not only experienced a devastating transformation of the physical landscape, but the widespread destruction would beckon the reunification of a commitment to a country that many had left or forgotten.
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Last Thursday, twenty-four-year-old Pittsburgh Pirates mascot, Andrew Kurtz, lost his job due to an overly critical statement posted on his Facebook page. The baseball team was on the heels of an eleven game losing streak when Kurtz used his Facebook account to reveal his discontent with the team’s management.
On May 11, 2010, Arizona once again became famous for being infamous. On the heels of the so-called papers law that legally enables police to stop anyone whom they suspect is an illegal alien, Gov. Jan Brewer signed a bill that bans ethnic studies in the state’s public and charter schools.
Tim James, an Alabama businessman who espouses “Common Sense for Alabama” as his ostensible campaign slogan, is finding common sense in his plans to make English the only language for driver’s license tests. James is running for the Republican nomination for governor in the state of Alabama.
Does American mean white? The simple answer is a resounding “YES” for many of the vocal, fringe element who tote signs that read charges such as “Obama is an Undocumented Worker.” Yes, American does, to some, mean white. The question is “why,” which will be the focus of this series that seeks to link modern-day issues [...]