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The Brown Political Review is a non-partisan political publication that seeks to promote ideological diversity. All of the views reflected in BPR’s content are views held by authors and not reflective of the views held by the wider organization or the Executive Board.

Ashley Chen '20 is the President of the Brown Political Review and a Senior Staff Writer for the US Section. Ashley can be reached at ashley_chen2@brown.edu

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Silicon Valley has a secret. Beneath its comically unaffordable real estate lie 23 federally designated sites of toxic waste, 8 more than in any other county in the US. In the past 40 years, just one site has been fully decontaminated. Even here, in ...

Superfund Me

Silicon Valley has a secret. Beneath its comically unaffordable real estate lie 23 federally designated sites of toxic waste, 8 more than in any other county in the US. In the past 40 years, just one site has been fully decontaminated. Even here, in ...

At J. Sterling Morton High School East in Cicero, IL–where 92 percent of students are low-income–AP classes are on the rise. In an effort to increase access to an important component of the college-admissions game, one which is dominated by white...

The Fallacies of AP Expansion

At J. Sterling Morton High School East in Cicero, IL–where 92 percent of students are low-income–AP classes are on the rise. In an effort to increase access to an important component of the college-admissions game, one which is dominated by white...