Audrey Nicoleau
Audrey Nicoleau
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Arizona SB 1070 Supreme Court Case: It's Official, America Has an Immigration Crisis

How the immigration issue is handled over the next six months may be the wildcard ingredient that determines what American identity looks like after the November elections.

Black History Should Be Taught As World History

The historical and present-day contributions of the African diaspora to the world should be included in mainstream curriculum for students of all ages.
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When the Chips are Down, Demonizing Undocumented Immigrants is the American Way

In times of economic hardship, America has turned against undocumented workers throughout history. President Obama and the GOP candidates are no different.
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Haiti President Michel Martelly's Global Campaign to ‘Build a Better Haiti’ Looks Promising

Martelly remains firm in his belief that Haiti must take the lead in its own development, and can no longer be crippled by letting external entities decide its fate.
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Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich Anti-Immigration Rhetoric in Florida Primary Will Be Costly Come November

Romney and Gingrich are in for a rude awakening if they believe pandering to a dwindling number of conservative Hispanics in Florida will help secure a GOP presidential win in November.
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Ahead of the Florida GOP Primary, How President Obama Can Win the Sunshine State Again in 2012

President Obama needs to mobilize Floridians who understand why he needs this second term to fully deliver on his vision for America's future that he shared with the nation in 2004.

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Two Years After the Haiti Earthquake, Western NGOs and Foreign Aid Fail to Rebuild

Foreign governments and private donors have pledged billions of dollars to help rebuild Haiti, but two years since the earthquake, much of that money has not been disbursed.