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Race relations

Held Back

Battling for the fate of a school district

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Division Street

Chances are that you are living the good life, at least in the most fundamental sense. You have the liberty to leave your home and the security of a home…

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Test Perp

From a questionnaire created by Northpointe, a company that develops software to determine the likelihood that a defendant in a criminal trial will break the law in the future. The…

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The City That Bleeds

Freddie Gray and the makings of an American uprising

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The City That Bleeds

Freddie Gray and the makings of an American uprising

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Blanket Security

By Thomas Chatterton Williams. Williams is the author of the memoir Losing My Cool, published by Penguin Press in 2010. Read More

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A Kind of Grace

By Hannah Black. Black is an artist and writer from the U.K. She is the author of Dark Pool Party, which was published last month by Dominica/Arcadia Missa.

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Common Cause

By Alix Rule. Rule is a doctoral student in sociology at Columbia University. Read More

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Introduction

Last fall, young people gathered in protest at dozens of universities across the country. Students of color spoke about feeling unwelcome or invisible, of being stereotyped, slighted, excluded, harassed. One…

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