Reviews and Blog Posts: discrimination

Just mercy : a story of justice and redemption

by Bryan Stevenson

A well-written, fantastic book cover to cover! Bryan Stevenson is a committed lawyer working in the American South. Stevenson founded the Equal Justice Initiative, fighting for the poor and children who are incarcerated in adult prisons. He is compassionate toward every convict he takes on, especially wrongly convicted juvenile offenders...

Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick?

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In October I posted a book review for The American Health Care Paradox: Why Spending More is Getting Us Less. This documentary was just as eye-opening for me, presenting shocking and tragic statistics along with personal stories regarding how poverty, discrimination, unemployment, lack of support, and exploitation affects...

Stamp of Approval

USPS Harvey Milk

If you are a philatelist or new to stamp collecting, the unveiling of a commemorative stamp by the United States Postal Service (USPS) is a major event! The latest stamp honoring Harvey Milk, the first openly Gay elected official, is no exception.


by Marcus Sakey

Gifteds. Brilliants. Abnorms. Twists. Whatever you call them, they've changed the world. True genius used to come once in a generation. Now, 1 in 100 children are born extraordinarily gifted in various ways--reading body language, tactics, medicine, numbers. Though a small minority of the population, the "normals" feel threatened by...

April is Fair Housing Month

April is Fair Housing Month, in honor of the Fair Housing Act, Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, later amended by the Housing Amendments Act of 1988. The Fair Housing Act barred housing discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex and national origin. The 1988 Act added extended protection against discrimination based on disability or on familial status and strengthened enforcement.

Celebrate by knowing your rights!

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