PolicyTalk: Dr. Charles Ogletree on Racial Profiling and Crime in America

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Dr. Charles Ogletreee talks about his new book, ” Presumption of Guilt: The Arrest of Henry Louis Gates, Jr” and how the criminal justice system unfairly discriminates not only against African Americans and Latinos, but also Muslims and other people of color. ┬áHe also addresses how some current laws are actually promoting racial profiling in […]

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Sexism in Tribal Economies

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Sarah Echohawk Vermillion, VP of First Nations Development Institute, discusses sexism in tribal economies and the need for economic development and asset and wealth building for women in American Indian communities at the Economic Security for Women Conference.

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New Economics for Women

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Bea Stotzer, Board President at New Economics for Women, discusses first generation women of color immigrants and their need for economic development and asset building at the Economic Security for Women Conference.

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