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Black People More Likely to Be Wrongfully Convicted of Murder, Study Shows

According to Niraj Chokshi’s article in the New York Times, a “report from the National Registry of Exonerations . . . show[ed] that Black people convicted of murder or sexual assault are significantly more likely than their white counterparts to…

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Action towards Wholeness, Sunday, February 26, 2017

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It’s Not About Race!

In a recent talk, John Metta explained, “Why do Black people think that everything is about race?” “Being normal makes everything else ‘abnormal.’ Damn near everything that Black people do is already outside the white norm. . . . Why do…

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A Conversation on Race: A series of short films about identity in America.

The New York Times has compiled a “series of videos [plus] personal stories that reflect the breadth of experiences in the United States. . . .Because of the often painful subject matter, some of these stories include words that may…

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The New York Times has created a newsroom-wide team for covering race.

“Rather than covering race all at once or assigning a single reporter to the topic, The New York Times has created a team of journalists in different departments throughout the newsroom who conceive and develop stories related to the subject,”…

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