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What the California vote to keep the ban on affirmative action means for higher education

Public universities in California cannot consider race in admissions. Mark Ralston / Getty Vinay Harpalani, University of New ...

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Chan Zuckerberg Initiative faces racial discrimination allegations from former employee

Ray Holgado, a former employee of the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, recently filed a racial discrimination complaint with the California ...

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Whole Foods CEO John Mackey: Store managers could be making ‘well over $100,000,’ without a college degree

  At Whole Foods, every employee knows what everybody else is making. It’s a practice called “wage transparency.” The ...

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California students say they're 'deeply disappointed' after voters cast ballots against affirmative action

  California voted to reject Proposition 16, which called to allow affirmative action in public employers and education ...

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California voters decide Uber and Lyft drivers are ‘contractors’ as gig workers continue search for a livable wage

Proposition 22 reverses a 2019 state law. AP Photo/Richard Vogel Juliet B. Schor, Boston College Uber, TaskRabbit and other ride-hailing and ...

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On screen and on stage, disability continues to be depicted in outdated, cliched ways

Actress Claire Danes playing CIA officer Carrie Mathison, who struggles with mental illness, on the set of ‘Homeland.’ ...

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Florida votes to raise state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour

Florida voted Tuesday to gradually hike the state’s minimum wage to $15 per hour, joining a growing list of states and municipalities in ...

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Asian Americans were hit hardest by unemployment brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, a new study shows

  Researchers at University of Kansas found that Asian Americans were "more negatively affected by the lockdown than any other racial ...

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