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Humanitarian Weekly

We're representing an underrepresented population in the media. 

We publish articles focused on the narratives and perspectives of immigrants, refugees, minorities, and critical topics surrounding global affairs. 

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When Will Justice be Served for the Murder of Emmett Till

The murder of Emmett Till shifted the paradigm for black rights, but he has yet to receive the justice he and his family deserve for his murder.

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Federal Prosecutors are Investigating NYPD officers' Drug-Planting Allegations

Federal Prosecutors are Investigating NYPD officers' Drug-Planting After NYPD officers were caught planting marijuana during traffic stops, prosecutors are now investigating the allegations.

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Why Have African Artifacts still not been Returned?

In 1897, British troops looted the Benin Kingdom, present-day Nigeria, but why have these artifacts yet to be returned?

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About the Column

Humanities Weekly strives to be the voice for the voiceless. Immigrants, minorities, and refugees are an underrepresented population that don't receive the justice and equality they deserve.

We fix this by providing a platform where critical topics surrounding this population are discussed and we can illustrate the inequities they face.

Shifting the paradigm to create more opportunity for this population and to reverse the continuation of these issues.

Meet the Editor 

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As a high school student growing up in a nation where we're quick to ignore and suppress voices of immigrants and minorities, I see the urgency for us as a country to empower those who don't have the opportunity to speak out.

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