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How the Long Arc of Moral Universe Bends Toward Justice

By Richard Wilson | January 17, 2020

He wasn’t the first to say it, but Martin Luther King popularized the phrase that “the arc of the moral universe … bends toward justice.” For justice to prevail, people who hope for justice must become and be advocates for it.

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Yvette Carnell, writer and founder of Breaking Brown, talks about what ethical behavior looks like in terms of race relations in the United States.

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By Vinoth Ramachandra | January 15, 2020
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If protesters and dissidents, many of them millennials, can surpass single-issue politics to embrace a broader vision of social and cultural transformation, they may provide the seeds of hope for a new decade. It’s a big “if.”

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Garment, Footwear Supply Chains Becoming More Transparent

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | January 15, 2020
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A growing number of garment and footwear manufacturers are disclosing details about their supply chains. Since 2016, the number of companies publishing info online about their top-tier factories has tripled, a report says.

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Decades Later, Why is Martin Luther King’s Dream Still a Dream?

By Starlette Thomas | January 14, 2020
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We applaud Martin Luther King Jr.’s cause now, but that wasn’t always the case. His home was bombed, he was bullied by strangers and hounded by the FBI. And today the US still remains geographically and socially segregated.

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How Do I Love Numbers? Let Me Count the Ways

By Jack Moline | January 14, 2020
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Human societies have a long and complicated relationship with numbers. We like to count things and then assign significance to the totals and the way we can divvy them up. But sometimes a number is just a number.

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World Facing ‘Double Burden’ Regarding Malnutrition

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | January 14, 2020
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Malnutrition presents a ‘double burden’ as nations struggle to address both undernourishment and obesity at the same time, a report said. Up to one-third of lower- and middle-income nations struggle with this dual burden.

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