by Caroline Love In a society with racial divisions, it is better to be counted than to be ignored. The U.S Census provides no way of knowing how many people who trace their ancestry to the countries of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) live in the United States. That’s because the Census categorizes … Continue reading The MENA Dilemma: Being Counted in a Racialized America
By Rick Riviera, MBA/MPP Candidate 2018 The closest I’ve come to crying since November 8th was watching Last Week Tonight’s five-minute montage of people describing all the ways 2016 has been horrible (besides the election), followed by John Oliver dynamiting a giant 2016 sign in an empty stadium . It was a catharsis that I … Continue reading Public Policy Still Matters – Where Can We Go From Here?