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Richard Prince’s Journal-isms – August 25, 2018

This issues headlines: After 40+ Years, the University ‘Broke My Heart’; Fired for Sharing an Article: Reporter Posted Piece on ‘White Women’s Tears; Paper Urges Restraint as Trump Bashes Immigrant; Daughter Denies Key Quote in New Till Case; Fearful Cuban Journalist Seeks Asylum in U.S.; Garcia to Receive Diversity Leadership Award; Aretha Services to Be Streamed, Televised; Threats Prompt April Ryan to Hire Bodyguard; CNN Suspends Trump Surrogate After Revelation; N. C. Papers Praise Students’ Takedown of Statue; 38 J-Students Travel Nation to Document Hate; Chicago Photographers Recall ’68 DNC Riots

Civil Rights Organizations and Census Experts Highlight Damaging Consequences of Congress’ Failure to Fund the 2020 Census Appropriately

Leading civil rights organizations and census experts hosted an audio press briefing August 24 to discuss ongoing policy decisions that could put a successful 2020 Census at risk, including insufficient funding for rigorous, on-time census planning and preparations, and the need for a highly qualified and widely respected professional to serve as the next Senate-confirmed director of the U.S. Census Bureau.