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Posts Tagged ‘discrimination’

Recidivism, the tendency for felons to reoffend, is a major problem in the United States.  To try to understand the causes and effects of recidivism, the Bureau of Justice conducted a five-year study on state prisoners in thirty states.  It found that two thirds of prisoners released in 2005 were rearrested within three years and […]

Two weeks ago, most Americans were celebrating Father’s Day.  Remembering the contributions that our fathers made to our lives brings up the discussion of paternal leave, breaks male employees take from work to take care of recently born or adopted children.  Paternal leave can help accustom a father to his new role, ease the stresses […]

The inverse correlation between smoking and income While smoking has been declining since the 1960s, it has not declined at the same rate for everyone.  Between 1966 and 2015, the population of college degree holders who smoked dropped by 83%.  Meanwhile, the decline for high school graduate smokers was only 52%.  Even worse, the decrease […]

Houston Dash We want this article to provide a dialogue for Houston’s soccer community and the sports community at large to consider why this wage gap still exists and move toward closing it. The first step to righting this wrong is to support your incredible local female athletes. On many Saturdays and some Wednesdays, you […]