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How Ending DADT Isn’t a Blow to Religious Liberty

Why are some religious groups, whose rights to deny membership, services or even hospitality or basic human dignity to BGLTIAQ persons within the framework of their own polities, opposed to the repeal of the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell…

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If only nutrition-hawks understood ‘poor’ people!

Racialicious, I found this post at The Fat Nutritionist about the general hand-wringing that goes on over what poor choices in meals low-income people make. Michelle says: … the most popularly proposed solution is to teach them (“them”)…

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More Studies on Microfinance Could Aid Its Goal to Reduce Poverty

  By Cynthia Kao Xenia Intern In Neil MacFarquhar’s New York Times article, “Banks Making Big Profits From Tiny Loans,” MacFarquhar explores the complicated role of microfinance as a for-profit business focused on fulfilling a social need. He brings…

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