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Today, the “savage nature” of Africa is still on display.
Michel-Rolph Trouillot died on July 5.
From 2008 until 2011, Juárez was among the world’s most violent cities.
On May 19, 2012, I met over breakfast with Junot Díaz; we were both attending a two-day symposium
Paula M.L. Moya
The “culture of poverty” isn’t about moral failure but about reasonable adaptation to circumstances.
Claude S. Fischer
James Q. Wilson’s Legacy
Glenn C. Loury
The new search for the biology of race.
Segregation Is Still a Problem in the United States
Ryan D. Enos
Why We Still Need Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act
Most of the demographic change in America today comes not from waves of new immigration, but from the echoes of past migration.
Black movements have historically been at the forefront of progressive change. But with black civil society in retreat, how
can we rebuild black politics?
Michael C. Dawson
As the United States has grown more diverse, it has moved from being “two societies, one black, one white,” in the words of the famous Kerner Commission, to two societies, white and nonwhite.
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