United States must end its “counterproductive and unethical” practices and set a national minimum age of juvenile court jurisdiction of at least 12, she argues.
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Lessons learned from the last century include recognizing and supporting the power of self-determination among the unhoused, he writes.
The exodus following the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol is a break from the norm, but the long-term impact is unclear, he says.
Health restrictions arising from the COVID-19 pandemic have set back sustainability efforts, but there are steps consumers can take to get back on track.
Marginalized communities face hurdles of technology, language and a state-run system that can be difficult to navigate.
Silicon Valley neighborhoods that have the economy of a megacity but the zoning and built environment of a suburb are simply not sustainable, he says.
She points to the success of Riverside County’s program to bring COVID-19 vaccines directly to farmworkers, no appointment needed.
As the Year of the Ox dawns, Chinatown-based businesses continue to struggle due to xenophobia, cultural barriers and systemic inequality, he says.
The Biden admininstration should examine how federal transportation funding is allocated if it wants to correct past injustices.
Models used to allocate COVID-19 resources should be broadened to locate the “hidden diaspora” of vulnerable populations, study finds.