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Homeless LGBTQ Youth in Philadelphia: The Invisible Minority

Homeless LGBTQ Youth in Philadelphia: The Invisible Minority

Story by Allison Manolis – @allymanolis PHILADELPHIA- The June 26, 2015 Supreme Court ruling to allow same-sex marriage in United States undoubtedly changed the way our country views the LGBTQ community, however it has not solved the many deep seated issues that lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people face. This is particularly the case […]


The Backyard of Higher Education

The Backyard of Higher Education

If you take a walk through the five sprawling campuses of Rutgers University-New Brunswick, you’ll see much of what you’d expect from a world class learning institution—state-of-the-art labs and historic campus building, student centers filed with cafes and student lounges, and busy students bustling from class to class, laptops and smartphones in hand.  New Brunswick […]


What Happens When You End Racial Isolation in Housing?

What Happens When You End Racial Isolation in Housing?

This weekend, The New York Times published Ending the Cycle of Racial Isolation, an editorial examining the case of a New Jersey suburb Mount Laurel that has successfully implemented a new concept for low-income housing developments. Subsidized housing in existing ghettos often leads to a cycle of racial discrimination which prevents low-income families from having […]


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