Bail Project opens office in St. Louis, offers solidarity for those who cannot afford to post bail | The St. Louis American Many will eventually plead guilty without a chance to have their day in court, because the other option is remaining in jail until their trial date, which could be years in the future.

Many will eventually plead guilty without a chance to have their day in court, because the other option is remaining in jail until their trial date, which could be years in the future.

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Does the White Working Class Really Vote Against Its Own Interests? | Politico Trump’s first year in office revived an age-old debate about why some people choose race over class—and how far they will go to protect the system.

Trump’s first year in office revived an age-old debate about why some people choose race over class—and how far they will go to protect the system.

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African-American unemployment hit record low December 2017 | The Philadelphia Tribune WASHINGTON (AP) — Years of steady hiring and economic growth have delivered a cumulative benefit for at least one group that hasn't always shared in America's prosperity.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Years of steady hiring and economic growth have delivered a cumulative benefit for at least one group that hasn’t always shared in America’s prosperity.

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She fought for her community as a Black Panther. Will gentrification force her out? | The Guardian In America’s ‘hottest housing market’, one woman’s fight to keep her home has become a rallying cry against the displacement of communities of color

In America’s ‘hottest housing market’, one woman’s fight to keep her home has become a rallying cry against the displacement of communities of color.

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HBCUs Generate $14.8 Billion in Economic Impact: Report | The Washington Informer Historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) generate $14.8 billion in economic impact annually, according to a stunning new report by the United Negro College Fund (UNCF).

Historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) generate $14.8 billion in economic impact annually, according to a stunning new report by the United Negro College Fund (UNCF).

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Marc Lamont Hill launches coffee shop, bookstore in Philly | The Philadelphia Tribune Marc Lamont Hill, a noted author, social commentator and professor, has made a foray into entrepreneurship by opening a new coffee shop and bookstore in Philadelphia.

Marc Lamont Hill, a noted author, social commentator and professor, has made a foray into entrepreneurship by opening a new coffee shop and bookstore in Philadelphia.

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