Segregation by race and socioeconomic status persists in US cities, new study finds

By Allie Nicodemo News at Northeastern When’s the last time you visited a neighborhood where practically everyone was different from you? If you’re like most Americans—at least...

Some good news, but women still overshadowed

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By Christina Pazzanese Harvard Staff Writer While the pay gap between men and women stubbornly remains, gender discrepancies in other important realms, like education, have closed....

In the heart of Europe’s ‘terrorist hub’, youth alienation keeps nerves on edge

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By Hardev Sanotra MOLENBEEK, Belgium--To a casual visitor, this province of Brussels may look like any other - a bit run down in parts, but...

Newton Hosts Ethnic Heritage Festival on May 8 at City Hall Grounds

NEWTON, MA—The town of Newton is hosting an ethnic heritage festival on Sunday, May 8, in Newton, MA, at Newton City Hall Grounds, located...

Muslims wonder what’s ahead

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By Alvin Powell, Harvard Staff Writer When he was in school on Long Island, N.Y., Yaseen Eldik was just another kid. Then 9/11’s hijacked jets...

Social values of migrants shift over a single generation

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LONDON-- Thinking styles and social values of migrants shift rapidly over a single generation to become more similar to those of the wider society...

Cultural Diversity Exhibit at Nashua Library

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NASHUA, NH--Photographs by Becky Field will be on exhibit at the Nashua Public Library from January 2 to 29. The photos will be accompanied by...

Nashua to Host Multicultural Festival This Saturday

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NASHUA, NH – The Nashua Mayor’s Office and a committee comprised of community members are preparing to put on the Nashua Multicultural Festival on...

Hundreds in New York City rally against anti-Asian hate

New York-- Hundreds of people from various races rallied in New York City's Lower Manhattan area in protest against violence and crimes targeting Asian-Americans. Protesters on...
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