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Chinese Christians Survived Discrimination in Indonesia. Now the Church Is Growing Spiritually.

Q&A with pastor Samuel Fu on the evangelical challenges in the nation of a thousand islands.

Supreme Court to Hear Case That Could End 40 Years of Race-Based Affirmative Action in University Admissions

The U.S. Supreme Court announced it would hear one of two cases on Oct. 31 that could dismantle the 40-year precedent of race-based affirmative action in university admissions, with universities now urging the court to preserve the decision despite some expert opinion to the contrary.

CCP Accused of Using COVID Protocols to Further Discriminate Against Uyghurs

The lockdowns come after a reported surge in coronavirus cases.

Woke Math? How Critical Race Theory Found Its Way Into Math Curriculum

Schools across the country have made considerable efforts to incorporate aspects of critical race theory into math curricula, often by modifying achievement standards and student expectations.

Los Angeles No Longer Requiring Proof of Citizenship For Government Jobs

Los Angeles is ending its requirement for employers to provide proof of citizenship in order to hold government positions.

Cartels Get $13 Billion a Year from Joe Biden’s Welcome for Migrants

The cartels and coyotes are earning $13 billion a year by delivering economic migrants to U.S. workplaces via President Joe Biden’s welcoming border agencies, the New York Times reported Monday.

Biden’s Child Migrants Used at Hyundai Auto Parts Factory

Migrant children from Central America were used in low-wage manufacturing jobs for the Hyundai Motor auto factory in Alabama.

Hispanics Drift Away From the Party of Abortion, Gun Control, and Jan. 6

It's not every day that a politician's gaffe perfectly encapsulates his or her party's growing separation from a community that has been a vital part of its electoral coalition.

Biden Admin Dishing Out Millions to Advance ‘Racial Equity’ in Food Stamps

The Department of Agriculture is offering roughly $6 million to state agencies so they can advance “racial equity” in a training program used to assist food stamp program participants, according to a federal grant application.

‘Louisiana’ Misspelled at Kamala Harris Event

Vice President Kamala Harris on Friday participated in an event featuring a critical spelling error on the stage backdrop.

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