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Today Tijuana is once again of interest to US investors and companies. Many have already pioneered the use of the "Tijuana
The huge voter turnout in the primaries for Trump and Sanders was a scream for change by millions of Americans. Many of us did not hear it until we saw the results last week. Americans are anxious about race, women in the workforce, and income.
In New York, segregation can be more difficult to spot since most travel occurs underground, but in Cabarete it’s glaring since the highway splits the town in two.
Already there is movement. Senators James Lankford (R-OK), Marco Rubio (R-FL), Tim Scott (R-SC), Joni Ernst (R-IA), and Dan
Mary Awinja Akutu, Sweet Potatoes: A Woman's Crop for Vihiga County, Vihiga, Kenya. Household enterprises use sweet potatoes
Regardless of who wins in November, Congress and the next administration must act boldly to help the 11 million housing insecure households who pay more than half of their incomes on rent. They often face difficult choices between paying rent and buying groceries or seeing a doctor. In the worst cases, they become homeless.
While the recent rise in poverty may be attributed to poor economic growth policies during the Obama Administration, the sustained high rates of poverty over the past 50 years are striking evidence that it is time for new approaches to support economic success.
Unfortunately, the solutions to these problems aren't simple. While securing equal educational opportunities for poor youth
CFED recently launched a new initiative that we hope will provide some more nuanced answers to the financial challenges preventing