Why did Juneteenth become the 11th federal holiday — the first new holiday in almost four decades? And why now? Federal holidays commemorate highly significant events in America’s history, a major religious holiday, and the start of the New Year. Juneteenth could be considered…
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Critical Race Theory is quite prominent in contemporary American political discourse. Several state legislatures have advanced measures to ban
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The American Medical Association came out with a statement on May 11th acknowledging that “racism is a public health threat.” A recent Boston Review article entitled “An Antiracist Agenda for Medicine,” concurred, making the case that racial health outcome discrepancies are evidence of..