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A new study conducted by the Applied Research Center about migrant workers in the food industry provided interesting results. According to the study, people of color make a significant amount less compared to their white counterparts in all sectors of the food system such as production, processing, distribution, and service. Not only do they make […]
Today, women account for 20 percent of all military personnel. But as more women enter war zones, the numbers of military sex trauma cases have risen, with women as the majority of victims. Military sexual assaults in war zones rose 26 percent from 2007 to 2008, and another 33 percent over the following year, according […]
If a picture is worth a thousand words, what was the message Raymond Davis sent after capturing an image with his phone of the dead man he just shot in the back? In Lahore, Pakistan after his arrest police found photos of madrassas and military installations in his camera. Davis’s contacts list included twenty-seven militants […]