Tag: Discrimination

This state sees age as an asset and wants to put older residents to work

I’m moving to Colorado. Not really. But my goodness, the state is setting a leadership path for connecting employers with experienced workers over 50. And that’s a good thing when you realize that that there’s a demographic shift under way and the world population is getting older. Employers must grasp and embrace it with strategies […]

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अमेरिका में हर दो में से एक अप्रवासी भारतीय पिछले एक साल में हुआ भेदभाव का शिकार- रिपोर्ट में का दावा

NRI Face Discrimination in US: अमेरिका में रहने वाले भारतीय मूल के नागरिकों को भी लगातार भेदभाव का सामना करना पड़ता है. बुधवार को रिलीज हुए एक सर्वे के अनुसार अमेरिका में भारतीय मूल के हर दो में से एक नागरिक को इसका सामना करना पड़ता है. हाल ही में अमेरिका में नस्ली भेदभाव की […]

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This is the most common fear among retirees

“You can be young without money,” Tennessee Williams once said, “but you can’t be old without it.” Actually, the famed playwright was only partially correct. You can be old without money—just not easily, and not without a lot of anxiety. And such fears, it seems, are more acute among Americans than retirees elsewhere.   Such is the gist […]

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Opinion: Government policies segregated America, and we could harness that same force to reverse the damage

I am the author of a book, “The Color of Law,” that disproves the myth of de facto segregation. In truth, we are residentially segregated, not naturally or from private bigotry, but primarily by racially explicit policies of federal, state, and local governments designed to prevent African-Americans and whites from living as neighbors. These 20th-century policies […]

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