Despite a skeptical Supreme Court and a growing separatist movement, many communities across the country are showing that a flexible approach to busing is still the best way to integrate schools.
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At a time when Muslim Americans are under fire on the campaign trail and around the country, a New York University imam has emerged as a national spokesman for a community he says is caught in an “echo chamber” of attacks and counterattacks.
Escalating campaign rhetoric and hate crimes aimed at Muslims threaten our nation’s pluralistic traditions.
Donald Trump’s undisguised bigotry has alienated vast blocs of voters, but at least it makes racism in America impossible to deny.
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