The week in #BlackLivesMatter: 5/22 – 5/31 | #Racism #Brutality on Blog#42

This past week hasn’t been a very good week in a bit of a different way than we’ve seen lately. Some loose ends were tied, badly. Some positions were recanted, and hope for good change, well… It just isn’t there yet. Here are some of the most important readings of the past week. Continue reading The week in #BlackLivesMatter: 5/22 – 5/31 | #Racism #Brutality on Blog#42

Report: The Class of 2015: #Employment outlook | EPI | Blog#42

By Alyssa Davis, Will Kimball, and Elise Gould | May 27, 2015

Introduction and key findings

The Great Recession has had lasting effects on employment prospects of young people entering the workforce after graduating from high school or college. Continue reading Report: The Class of 2015: #Employment outlook | EPI | Blog#42

@NYTimes’ Substandard coverage of the Democratic side of #Election2016 | Blog#42

When it comes to quality, parity, and objectivity, The New York Times’ coverage of the left side of Election 2016 has been less than adequate; horrible for what is still considered the nation’s paper of record. Continue reading @NYTimes’ Substandard coverage of the Democratic side of #Election2016 | Blog#42