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Interracial Relationships

The New York Times reports that, “A surge of interracial dating and marriage in a multi-racial 21st century America, is now more visible and has clearly become more diverse than ever.”  This cultural phenomenon comprises the full potential, of becoming less stratified and defined by...

Global Business Slow to Embrace Sustainable Development–UN Pushes Corporate Responsibility Pact

Socially responsible corporate practices are still not part of business culture. Out of some 80,000 multinational corporations around the world, only a small percentage embraced corporate sustainability, UN says. In spite of several UN-backed initiatives to foster greater involvement of companies to advance sustainable...

Eating Seasonally

The world isn’t a supermarket. Food isn’t really available year-round and at cheap prices. Most of the world waits for apples in the fall, for fresh greens in the spring—or, at least, they used to. Globalization of food as an industry has made the...

American Farmer

Many people don’t have to think much about where they get their food these days.  It’s easy to go to the store and just pick up whatever you want.  But in the Midwest, it’s hard to ignore the miles of fields that border the...

Police arrest US presidential candidate Jill Stein at debate site

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Police arrested Green Party Presidential candidate Jill Stein and her running mate, Cheri Honkala, after they tried to enter the site of tonight’s presidential debate at Hofstra University. The two were protesting against the exclusion of all but the two major political parties from taking...

An Introduction to Factory Farming

Wikipedia states that "Factory farming is a term used to describe a set of controversial practices in large-scale, intensive agriculture, usually referring to the industrialized production of livestock, poultry, and fish. The methods deployed are geared toward making use of economies of scale to...