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Indigenous Language Needs in a Pandemic – “Not allowing people to communicate in their native language is almost a death sentence”
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Indigenous Language Needs in a Pandemic – “Not allowing people to communicate in their native language is almost a death sentence”

While Spanish is the predominant language spoken in Central America and Mexico, indigenous and Mesoamerican languages abound here as well. These languages, such as Mixteco or Mixtec, have been around…

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What Happens Now – The Death of Justice Ginsburg and the Affordable Care Act’s Language Access Rules

The late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is widely considered one of the best high court litigators of her time and a Justice who committed herself to civil…

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Does the culture of your business tolerate racial discrimination?

Bias and discrimination can arise in different situations, many of which are surprising to those affected, both participants and onlookers. Racial slurs, intolerant comments, discriminatory actions often flare up without…

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