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Magazine articles on racial issues or of special interest to minorities.
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April 22, 2005
FYI: An Update on Emerging Issues in Banking How can bankers and realtors help the rapidly growing Hispanic population realize the American dream of homeownership? Bridging the information gap that Hispanic households have about the home-buying process is a good start. mark for My Articles 496 similar articles
April 2005
April Y. Pennington
Well-Read Rueben Martinez started out lending, then selling, books in his Santa Ana barber shop. Today, he owns Spanish-language bookstores in Lynwood and Santa Ana, California. He's looking at 25 stores by 2012. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
Sports Central
March 5, 2005
Greg Wyshynski
The Pennant Race What can be done to make sports and entertainment appeal more to African-Americans in the audience? mark for My Articles 280 similar articles
March 2005
John Fried
How I Did It: R. Donahue Peebles R. Donahue Peebles built the largest African American-owned real estate development firm in the U.S., Atlantic Development Corp., by mastering the art of taking risk -- but not too much risk. mark for My Articles 81 similar articles
February 21, 2005
Roger O. Crockett
How The NAACP Could Get Its Clout Back No one expects just one organization to solve all of black America's problems. But fresh leadership, money and creative thinking could go a long way toward invigorating black achievement, improving the nation along the way. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
February 21, 2005
NAACP: Fighting for "Social Justice" An interview with Board Chairman Julian Bond, who calls for the black civil rights outfit to expand its role: "If you have justice, you don't need [social] service." mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
February 2005
Julian Sanchez
Negative Action The central argument is one that critics of affirmative action have long made: Students admitted to a school under looser standards are, almost by definition, less likely to be prepared to succeed once admitted, undermining whatever benefit the preference was meant to confer. mark for My Articles 292 similar articles
January 31, 2005
John Rossant
Liberte, Egalite, Affirmative Action An Algerian-born executive is leading the French campaign to counter racism in hiring. If no action is taken, France runs the risk of a social explosion. mark for My Articles 91 similar articles
Bio-IT World
January 21, 2005
The Race Prescription Card The FDA is on the verge of approving a heart disease drug called BiDil that is particularly effective in African-Americans. Some see this as a an effort to address health inequalities while others view it as a first step en route to racial discrimination. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Sports Central
January 19, 2005
Jonathan Lowe
Importance in the Making It seems appropriate that while we celebrate Dr. King, the sports world will prepare for another small breakthrough in the annals of its history. By the end of that game in Philadelphia, either Michael Vick or Donovan McNabb will become only the third black quarterback to start in the Super Bowl. mark for My Articles 585 similar articles
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