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The Roots of Structural Racism
The Roots of Structural Racism
By Stephen Menendian, Arthur Gailes, and Samir GambhirThis project has been in development for many years, and the authors would like to thank Lindsey Burnside, Peter Mattingly, Karina French, and Ruqayah Ghaus for their research support and contributions to this project. The authors would also like to thank external reviewers Richard Rothstein, George Galster, Sheryll Cashin, Alex Schafran, and Nancy McCardle for their expert feedback on this project. - Download a PDF of this reportI.
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The Roots of Structural Racism
64-year-old retiree who left the U.S. for Mexico: 7 downsides of living in a beach town for $1,200 per month
64-year-old retiree who left the U.S. for Mexico: 7 downsides of living in a beach town for $1,200 per month
More than a decade has passed since Janet Blaser left the U.S. to retire in Mazatlán, Mexico. While she doesn't regret the move, there were several things she didn't expect—from air pollution to high noise levels to loneliness.
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64-year-old retiree who left the U.S. for Mexico: 7 downsides of living in a beach town for $1,200 per month