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Amazon Considers Disclaimer to Antisemitic Film Irving Shared Online

The Brooklyn Nets and the Anti-Defamation League sent a letter to Amazon asking the company to address the “deeply and unequivocally antisemitic” documentary and related book at the heart of […]










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After Hollywood’s #MeToo Reckoning, a Fear It Was Only Short-Lived

The movement led to increased diversity and representation in the entertainment industry, but now there is worry that executives have turned their attention elsewhere. Read More




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Where $30 Billion to Fix Systemic Racism Actually Goes

In 2020, JPMorgan pledged to invest significant resources in closing the racial wealth gap. Here is what the bank did, and what it looks like when a private-sector company tries […]







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Inflation Reduction Act Rewrites Embattled Black Farmer Relief Program

WASHINGTON — A $4 billion program to help Black and other “socially disadvantaged” farmers that never got off the ground last year amid legal objections will be replaced with a […]




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Inflation Reduction Act to Rewrite Embattled Black Farmer Relief Program

WASHINGTON — A $4 billion program to help Black and other “socially disadvantaged” farmers that never got off the ground last year amid legal objections will be replaced with a […]




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Infighting Overshadows Big Plans at The Washington Post

When Sally Buzbee joined The Washington Post a year ago this month, she took over a newsroom that had nearly doubled to more than 1,000 journalists under the ownership of […]




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How a Religious Sect Landed Google in a Lawsuit

OREGON HOUSE, Calif. — In a tiny town in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, a religious organization called the Fellowship of Friends has established an elaborate, 1,200-acre compound full […]