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Race and Foreclosure

February is Black History Month, and though the Law Center is mindful of how race intersects our work all year ‘round, I’d like to take the opportunity afforded by the holiday to blog about one particular aspect of race and … Continue reading

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My New Year’s Resolution: More at Home

Last week, I spent the holidays in Kansas with my family. We spent a lot of time in the house: playing with the dogs, making dinner, challenging one another in board game matches, unwrapping gifts. As poet Margaret Elizabeth Sangster … Continue reading

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Holiday Frustrations

As I sit in our warm and comfortable office this holiday season, I don’t feel like celebrating. I’m angry and frustrated – frustrated that in a time where people are struggling, our government seems to be looking at how it … Continue reading

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Not a “Glee”ful Holiday for Many Students

Last night on the Christmas edition of the television show, “Glee,” the Glee Club decided to go caroling to raise money for presents for homeless students who participate in the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Program.  The episode revolves around the conflict … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Hunger

With Thanksgiving now just hours away, most Americans are busy preparing for their most elaborate meal of the year.  Conversations at home and around the office are focused on food; we’re all talking about pie recipes or that timeless canned-versus-fresh-cranberry … Continue reading

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