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English 363 - What Does it Mean to be "Other" in America?: Home

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 These articles are from the database Gale in Context: Opposing Viewpoints


These articles are from the database CQ Researcher.

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 Use Pew Research Center to find stats related to African Americans, Asian Americans, Muslim Americans, Hispanic/Latino Identity, etc.

 On the ACLU website, click Issues to read about prisoners' rights, LGBT rights, immigrants' rights, etc.

Voices Within the Community

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