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A clinician who looks like me
The face of America, and the people who seek health care every day at clinics, hospitals, urgent care centers and emergency rooms, is becoming ever more diverse. But you'd never know it by looking at ...
5/1/13 at 4:10 PM
Picking Up the Diversity Gauntlet
Talking about race in Dungeons & Dragons is a tricky thing. First of all, you've got a whole range of fictional races--elves, half-demons, part-angels, dwarves and gnomes--to choose from. And the...
6/6/12 at 11:00 AM
What a great problem to have
In no way am I complaining. But I'm bored. And it's only 1 p.m. With the way things work at the Daily Globe, I was awarded a day off today. (Yes, it's kind of like winning the lottery) Because I w...
5/24/12 at 1:04 PM A good way to start the day 2/27/12 at 3:30 PM
A diverse history
Each week since September, this newspaper has published in its Tuesday edition a story in an ongoing Our Diverse Community: Inform, Educate, Unite series. We have received an overwhelmingly positive...
2/8/12 at 10:36 PM
Dayton Cabinet diverse, but GOP senators question some commissioners
Gov. Mark Daytons Cabinet may be the most diverse in Minnesota history, but it still is dominated by white males. It also may be one of the least partisan, but Senate Republicans who must confirm com...
2/27/11 at 6:30 AM
1960: Globe Gets African Staffer
Assibi Abudu of Ghana was a staff writer at the Daily Globe in 1960. I wouldn't think there were many other black people in Worthington in this era, and that, combined with his picture and stori...
7/10/10 at 1:00 PM