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02/05/2004 7:30 AM WalkerNicholas Pearce, 07, MIT Class of '07; Chemical EngineeringDescription: Nicholas Pearce is a proud advocate and beneficiary of affirmative action. As a high school junior, he attended MIT's six-week summer progr...
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02/05/2004 7:30 AM WalkerCharles Vest, President, MITDescription: MIT President Charles Vest provides a critical perspective on the unsteady progress of racial diversity at the university. "As the summit of the mountain we're climbing h...
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02/05/2004 7:30 AM WalkerDr. Julianne Malveaux, PhD '80, Economist, authorDescription: In this keynote address, Julianne Malveaux takes deadly aim at the hypocrisy she finds in many sectors of American society including exploitation of l...
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02/14/2003 7:30 AM Stratton Student CenterCharles Vest, President, MITDescription: On February 18, 2003, MIT filed a brief with the US Supreme Court to support the University of Michigan's case defending its current admissions policies. ...
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02/14/2003 7:30 AM Stratton Student CenterDr. Julian Bond, Chairman of the Board of the NAACPDescription: In this stirring speech, Julian Bond takes on issues of poverty and economic equality and argues that the same forces that tried to...
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4/22/2002, 5:30, 10-485 William Fulton In addition to dealing with natural disasters, Los Angeles has repeatedly had to deal with social and civic unrest over the past 40 years-most recently in 1992, when widespread unrest rattled a ...
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MIT Professor Charles Stewart discusses how race played a roll in the election of Barack Obama, but in a way you might not expect. Read more about it here: http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2009/racialpolarization-0120.html
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Residents in the Bed-Stuy neighborhood of Brooklyn discuss their frustrations with food choice and grocery shopping. Even as the neighborhood changes and new stores come in, sometimes the prodicts are so expensive that local people can'...
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