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How U.S. asylum laws are failing Central American migrants. (The New Republic)

The latest installments of the Colorlines series Life Cycles of Inequality focuses on the employment obstacles facing black men. (Colorlines)

Mapping the HIV epidemic helps illustrate its disparate impact on different regions of the country, helping public health officials target their efforts to the communities and people need it most. (The New Republic)

How urban design can make cities safer, especially for women and girls (CityLab)

Why a pill that revolutionized reproductive rights in Latin America is gaining ground on the black market in South Texas. (The Atlantic)

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