The single mother myth | SocialistWorker.org

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Inequality is glaring and growing worse in U.S. society–and the New York Times has a handy scapegoat to explain it all: single mothers.

 

“The answer doesn’t lie in turning back the clock, but in social policies that reflect and support these new realities.  “

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ACLU: Pearce e-mails prove SB 1070 was racially motivated

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ACLU: Pearce e-mails prove SB 1070 was racially motivated, The American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona this week released dozens of e-mails from Russell Pearce discussing immigration issues.

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Women and African-Americans Most Involved Church Attendees

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Women and African-Americans are more involved in church group activities than other American Christian demographics, according to a recent Barna report. The survey also found that older, married Christians and those…

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Study: Racial Resentment Tied to Voter I.D. Support in Both Democrats and Republicans

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A recently published study indicates that people who support voter I.D. laws “harbor negative sentiments towards African Americans.”

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Tim Wise » Asked and Answered: Reflections on White Anti-Racism, My Work and Certain Recurring Critiques

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Although one would hope that those seeking to criticize others (especially when it comes to questioning motives and core integrity) would take the time to really get to know those about whom they issue various condemnations, the fact is, most people won’t. Perhaps it’s just too time-consuming, or gets in the way of the desire to draw attention to oneself by publicly slamming someone else, especially in a culture like ours, where such criticism can be seen by thousands of people at the push of a keyboard button. So be it, and have at it. There’s plenty of bandwidth to go around, and I assume that in the end, criticisms will last only to the extent they are verified by evidence, rather than contradicted by it.

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