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Freddie Gray’s Attorney on the Benefits of Body Cameras

By Conor Friedersdorf On Tuesday night William Murphy, the attorney representing Freddie Gray’s family, gave a televised address to an audience in a Baltimore church. As MSNBC cut to his remarks he was reflecting on black America’s long experience of … Continue reading

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Justice Speaks

By Editorial Board of The Washington Post THE JUSTICE Department said two things about Ferguson, Mo., last week, both of which should make Americans uncomfortable. First, federal officials announced that they did not have evidence showing that police officer Darren … Continue reading

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SAE Proudly Touts Association To The Confederacy On Its Website

By Ian Millhiser Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE), the fraternity that was kicked off of the University of Oklahoma’s campus Sunday night after video emerged of some of its members singing a racist chant that celebrates lynching, proudly touts its history … Continue reading

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The Costs of Racial “Color Blindness”

By Michael I. Norton and Evan P. Apfelbaum It’s a natural tendency, proven time and again in research: When you see a new person, one of the first things you notice is his or her race. In business life, however, … Continue reading

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