April 2009 Archives

By Haven Hawley, Program Director, IHRC

The spread of a particularly virulent influenza strain in Mexico has rung a public health alarm bell because of similarities to the deadly flu pandemic of 1918. It's far too early to predict that the 2009 experience could be as devastating, but a new historical source based on fraternal association records at the IHRC may help researchers in modeling responses to today's situation.

By Haven Hawley, Acting Director and Program Director, IHRC

The spread of a particularly virulent influenza strain in Mexico has rung a public health alarm bell because of similarities to the deadly flu pandemic of 1918. It's far too early to predict that the 2009 experience could be as devastating, but a new historical source based on fraternal association records at the IHRC may help researchers in modeling responses to today's situation.

The Financial Crisis and Refugees

By Taehohn Lee

These are hard times. As of February 2009, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate was 7.6% in Minnesota.

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