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<How the Rwanda Ministry Brings Genocide Survivors Hope

How the Rwanda Ministry Brings Genocide Survivors Hope

April 7th marks the Day of Remembrance of the Victims of the Rwanda Genocide. The day remembers the victims of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi. In honor of this date, we …

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<A Q&A with Natchee Barnd, Editor of <i>Ethnic Studies Review</i>

A Q&A with Natchee Barnd, Editor of Ethnic Studies Review

“For the upcoming issue we have several timely reflections; on the dangers of conflating Arab and Muslim peoples, on the capitol insurrection, and on Martin Luther King’s legacy in the context of Black Lives Matter”

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<Post-pandemic Will the Poor Get Poorer?

Post-pandemic Will the Poor Get Poorer?

Anirudh Krishna’s essay “The Poorest After the Pandemic” is featured in Current History’s November special issue on the pandemic’s global ramifications. Krishna is the Edgar T. Thompson Professor of Public Policy and …

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