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    :: Thursday, May 26, 2005 ::

    Affirmative inaction - By Eileen McNamara, The Boston Globe
    Last month, the Civil Rights Project at Harvard released poll results that should alarm everyone who cares about the future of Greater Boston. Eighty percent of blacks and Hispanics surveyed in the metropolitan area identified racial discrimination as a serious problem that has cost them job opportunities or social discomfort. One in four said he or she had been denied a job in the last year because of racial bias; one in five said he or she felt discriminated against in the workplace.
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