Christian Science Monitor


An international news organization that delivers global coverage via its website, weekly magazine, daily news briefing, email newsletters, Amazon Kindle subscription, and mobile site. As of 2011, the print circulation was 75,052.
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After hurricanes, mobile home owners battle spiked rents

Amanda Morris
Christian Science Monitor
July 9, 2019
For now, residents' best hopes are to fight eviction with the help of Legal Aid of North Carolina and North Carolina Justice Center lawyers.

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Oakland’s plan to battle homelessness: Stop it before it starts

Martin Kuz
Christian Science Monitor
December 3, 2018
As rising rents push low-income tenants out of Oakland, the city is responding with a program that’s fighting homelessness and gentrification before they take root. The program's approach may be a model for California and the country.

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Spring break in Puerto Rico? After María, that means ‘rebuild,’ not ‘relax’

Whitney Eulich
Christian Science Monitor
March 23, 2018
From Boy Scouts to Harvard Law, many students from the US mainland are spending vacation time volunteering here: helping to clear debris, navigate FEMA forms, and restore damaged forests.

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VA school discipline is ‘widespread, discriminatory,’ study says

Lisa Suhay
Christian Science Monitor
May 19, 2016
Virginia disproportionately suspends African-American boys and those with disabilities for issues that are often minor, frequently entangling children in the law enforcement system.

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California’s two different visions for better foster care

Jessica Mendoza
Christian Science Monitor
March 9, 2016
In California, there's momentum to move more foster kids into families, not group homes. But for some kids, group homes can feel like family, too. The lessons could echo nationwide.

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For Mexico’s migrant workers, a push for cross-border justice

Whitney Eulich
Christian Science Monitor
December 14, 2015
Over the past decade, lawyers like Miguel and migrant advocates on both sides of the border have worked together to short circuit a guest-worker system that relies on laborers not knowing they are entitled to legal recourse.



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