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Donna Murch

Donna Murch is Associate Professor of History at Rutgers University.

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Debt still sends many people—especially black people—to jail.

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Michael Javen Fortner’s Black Silent Majority makes the controversial case that African Americans backed the Rockefeller Drug Laws.

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The success of OxyContin hinged on racially bifurcated understandings of addiction. The fundamental division between “dope” and medicine, after all, has always been the race and class of users.

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This is a powerful alternative to the myth of post-racialism.

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We need a broad-based, anti-racist campaign.

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