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National Monuments Celebrate a Diverse Nation. Including Latinos. NY Times Editorial?

A historic industrial district in Illinois, a weed-choked gulch in Hawaii and a stretch of riverine Colorado wilderness, home to eagles and bears. These three dissimilar . . . places are the newest national monuments, established this month by President Obama, to be protected forever by the federal government from development and...

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The Supreme Court Must Preserve the Discriminatory Impact Standard: Fair Housing Is a Bedrock Civil Rights Protection

Fair housing is a bedrock civil rights protection, crucial to our nation’s core values of equal opportunity, human dignity, and just democracy for all. In the face of deeply entrenched patterns of residential segregation and exclusion, Congress enacted the Fair Housing Act to provide for fair housing throughout the United States. The Act...

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