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Advancing Native Dialogues on Racial Equity

The Advancing Native Dialogues on Racial Equity (ANDORE) is a project funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, initiated by the Alaska Native Policy Center at First Alaskans Institute.


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Transportation Secretary: Interstate Highway System Targeted Black, Low-income Neighborhoods

Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx wants to make the nation’s roadways more inclusive. Foxx, who was raised by his grandparents in Charlotte, N.


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Top Infrastructure Official Explains How America Used Highways to Destroy Black Neighborhoods

This article looks at remarks by Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx about the role that highway projects have played in ripping apart underprivileged communities around the country. Foxx explicitly acknowledged and condemned a history of destroying black communities and stealing wealth from their residents through intentional decisions.


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The Long Road Home: Decreasing Barriers to Public Housing for People with Criminal Records

This report assesses the health and equity impacts of public housing admissions screening policies that exclude people with a criminal history from public housing, using the Oakland Housing Authority (OHA) in Oakland, California as a case study.


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Deculturalization and the Struggle for Equality: A Brief History of the Education of Dominated Cultures in the United States

Joel Spring’s history of school polices imposed on dominated groups in the United States examines the concept of deculturalization—the use of schools to strip away family languages and cultures and replace them with those of the dominant group. The focus is on the education of dominated groups forced to become citizens in territories conquered by the U.


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The Radical Work of Healing: Fania and Angela Davis on a New Kind of Civil Rights Activism

Read this interview with Angela Davis and her sister Fania Davis who have been working for social justice before many of today’s activists were born. From their childhood in segregated Birmingham, Alabama, to their work countering the prison-industrial complex, their lives have centered on lifting up the rights of African Americans.


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To Help Low-income American Households, We Have to Close the Work Gap

When Franklin Roosevelt delivered his second inaugural address on January 20, 1936 he lamented the “one-third of a nation ill-housed, ill-clad, ill-nourished. ” He challenged Americans to measure their collective progress not by “whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much; [but rather] whether we provide enough for those who have too little.


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Meta-analysis of Recent Polling Data on the Impact of Racism on American Society Today

This analysis of recent public opinion polling confirms that racism remains a fact of life in the United States. Yet a majority of Americans of all races want to keep working to eradicate racism and are optimistic that one day it will no longer preoccupy our national consciousness.


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Comparison of Truth and Reconciliation Commissions

This brochure is designed to be a source of insight as we work together to establish a Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation (TRHT) commission. It describes a number of the comprehensive efforts in this country over the past several decades, as well as two international efforts, to confront some of our history’s most egregious examples of oppression.


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Breaking Down Beliefs of Racial Hierarchy

Fifty years ago, the Civil Rights Movement led to a series of laws banning public discrimination. African Americans were no longer barred from certain restaurants, some schools were integrated and fair housing laws created more living options.


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Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT)

In our next step in pursuit of racial equity, an unprecedented Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT) will help communities embrace racial healing and uproot the unconscious and conscious beliefs in racial hierarchy. This is a national and community-based process designed to engage communities in racial healing and change efforts that address current inequities linked to the belief in a racial hierarchy.


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Building the We: Healing-informed Governing for Racial Equity in Salinas

In 2014 an innovative partnership between government, nonprofit, and philanthropy began in the city of Salinas, California: Healing-Informed Governing for Racial Equity. In a context of mounting racial tension, leaders from these three distinct arenas collaborated to bring about a new initiative aimed at addressing the root causes of inequity and division within the city, on which Race Forward served as training partner and consultant.


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Who Guided the National Discussion on Ferguson?

The fatal shooting of Michael Brown on Aug. 9, 2014, in Ferguson, Missouri, set off a national wave of dialogue and protests, from the streets to social media, as people nation­wide grappled with myriad complex issues, including police use of force, race relations in America, and criminal justice reform.


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The Supreme Court is Afraid of Racial Justice

Ask people to identify a few landmark Supreme Court decisions on race, and they are likely to point to classics like Brown v. Board of Education, which ended segregation in schools, or Loving v.


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The New Inequality Debate

More mainstream economists now find that the income mal-distribution reflects the political sway of elites, not economic imperatives.


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People of Color will be a Majority of the American Working Class in 2032

In 2032, people of color will become a majority of the American working class, defined as people without a college degree. Since nearly two-thirds of the U.


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Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says Tech Industry is Underutilizing Diverse Talent Pool

Many tech companies in Silicon Valley like to blame the lack of diversity on what they call the pipeline. Their argument is that there are simply not enough qualified female and/or underrepresented minorities qualified to fill these high-tech roles.


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Mapping Segregation

Housing built in DC during the early 1900s consisted of dense blocks of rowhouses, with racially restrictive covenants. The city’s long-established black professional class included prominent civil rights attorneys dedicated to dismantling segregation, and African American residents pushed back against racial covenants.


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How Hedge Funds Deepen Puerto Rico's Debt Crisis

This article explains that Puerto Rico is the latest battlefield for hedge funds called “vultures,” which descend on troubled governments. In Greece, Argentina, Detroit, and now Puerto Rico, vultures have bought distressed debt on the cheap, and then used coercion, threats, and legal action to secure a massive windfall, compounding the effects on millions of citizens.


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Equity, Growth and Community: What the Nation Can Learn from America's Metro Areas

In the last several years, much has been written about growing economic challenges, increasing income inequality, and political polarization in the United States. Addressing these new realities in America’s metropolitan regions, this book argues that a few lessons are emerging: first, inequity is bad for economic growth; second, bringing together the concerns of equity and growth requires concerted local action; and third, the fundamental building block for doing this is the creation of diverse and dynamic epistemic (or knowledge) communities, which help to overcome political polarization and to address the challenges of economic restructuring and social divides.


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Beyond Epistemicide: Knowledge Democracy and Higher Education

Introduction: I would like to acknowledge that we are meeting on the traditional territory of the Treaty Four First Nations. Further I want you to know that I am a Settler Canadian of English heritage and that I live and work on the traditional territory of the Coast and Straits Salish First Nations, specifically on the unceded territory of the Lekwungen and Esquimalt Peoples.


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Amicus Brief of Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, PRRAC, Opportunity Agenda, Leadership Conference and 27 other groups, Inclusive Communities Project v. Texas

This brief is submitted by the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, the Poverty & Race Research Action Council, The Opportunity Agenda, and The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights and The Leadership Conference Education Fund as amici curiae.


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America's Unfair Rules of the Road

From segretated public transportation to federally funded highways that isolate minority neighborhoods, race and transportation have long been intertwined. This article details how our transportation system discriminates against the most vulnerable.


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Touchstones of Hope: Still the Best Guide for Indigenous Child Welfare

In 2000, the authors of this editorial, along with a group of child welfare experts and allies, initiated a series of meetings and one conference as part of a project sponsored by the Centre of Excellence for Child Welfare, based at the University of Toronto in Canada. As a group, we represented the principal national child welfare organizations in the United States and Canada: NICWA (National Indian Child Welfare Association), CWLA (Child Welfare League of America), FNCFCS (First Nations Child and Family Caring Society), and CECW (Centre of Excellence for Child Welfare).


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How Public Transportation in the U.S. Discriminates Against Minorities

In the documentary Free to Ride, researchers at Ohio State University’s Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity explore the connections between race, class, and transportation inequality in the United States.


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Epistemologies of the South: Justice Against Epistemicide

Three basic ideas underlie this book. First, the understanding of the world by far exceeds the Western understanding of the world.


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The Increasing Diversity of America’s Youth: Children Lead the Way to a New Era

Children are in the vanguard of America’s increasing racial and ethnic diversity. The majority of newborn babies today are among racial and ethnic minority populations, according to recent Census Bureau estimates.


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The Case for Reparations

Two hundred fifty years of slavery. Ninety years of Jim Crow.


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Crimes Against Humanity in the Land of the Free: Can a Truth and Reconciliation Process Heal Racial Conflict in America?

This vital book considers the compelling and addictive hold that racism has had on centuries of Americans, explores historical and contemporary norms complicit in the problem, and appeals to the U. S.


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The Science of Equality: Addressing Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety and Stereotype Threat in Education and Health Care

Synthesizing hundreds of studies, The Science of Equality details how unconscious phenomena in our minds–implicit bias, racial anxiety, and stereotype threat–impact our education and health care systems, while offering empirical, research-driven solutions to overcome their effects.


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Moving the Race Conversation Forward: Racial Discourse Change in Practice

"Moving the Race Conversation Forward" is a report by Race Forward: The Center for Racial Justice Innovation that aims to reshape and reform the way we talk about race and racism in our country. Part Two features case studies and profiles of recent interventions and initiatives advanced by the racial justice field to challenge mainstream discussions of race and racism, and the negative policy impacts that dominant frames and narratives have on people of color.


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Moving the Race Conversation Forward: How the Media Covers Racism, and Other Barriers to Productive Racial Discourse

"Moving the Race Conversation Forward" is a report by Race Forward: The Center for Racial Justice Innovation that aims to reshape and reform the way we talk about race and racism in our country. Part One includes: Content analysis of mainstream media: Two-thirds of race-focused media coverage fails to consider how systemic racism factors into the story, instead typically focusing upon racial slurs and other types of personal prejudice and individual-level racism.


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Moving the Conversation Forward: #MediaOnFerguson

"Moving the Race Conversation Forward" is a report by Race Forward: The Center for Racial Justice Innovation that aims to reshape and reform the way we talk about race and racism in our country. #MediaOnFerguson includes: Content analysis on print, cable, and social media coverage of Ferguson after the fatal shooting of Michael Brown.


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Black Celebrity, Racial Politics and the Press: Framing Dissent

Shifting understandings and ongoing conversations about race, celebrity, and protest in the twenty-first century call for a closer examination of the evolution of dissent by black celebrities and their reception in the public sphere. This book focuses on the way the mainstream and black press have covered cases of controversial political dissent by African American celebrities from Paul Robeson to Kanye West.


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The Making of Ferguson: Public Policies at the Root of its Troubles

In August 2014, a Ferguson, Missouri, policeman shot and killed an unarmed black teenager. Michael Brown’s death and the resulting protests and racial tension brought considerable attention to that town.


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The Half has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism

Americans tend to assume that modern historiography has produced a full and complete understanding of slavery in the United States, as a shameful pre-modern institution, existing in isolation from America’s later success. But while we have long since rejected the idealistic depiction of happy slaves and paternalistic masters, we have not yet begun to grapple with the full extent of slavery’s horrors—or its link to the expansion of the country, the political battles that caused the Civil War, or the growth of our modern capitalist economy.


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Stuck in Place: Urban Neighborhoods and the End of Progress Toward Racial Equality

In Stuck in Place, Patrick Sharkey describes how political decisions and social policies have led to severe disinvestment from black neighborhoods, persistent segregation, declining economic opportunities, and a growing link between African American communities and the criminal justice system.


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Do Native Americans Face Discrimination in the Labor Market?

Since the start of the Great Recession in 2007, Native American employment has been lowest in the regions where white employment has been highest. In my research in 2009 and 2010, I found that while whites were doing relatively well in terms of employment in Alaska, the Northern Plains, and the Southwest, Native Americans were doing rather poorly in these very same regions.


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Place Matters: Ensuring Opportunities for Good Health for All: A Summary of Place Matters’ Community Health Equity Reports

The report provides a summary of the analysis of the range of social, economic, and environmental conditions that exist in selected Place Matters communities and documents their relationship to the health status of the residents. The study finds that social, economic, and environmental conditions in low-income and non-white neighborhoods make it more difficult for people in these neighborhoods to live healthy lives.


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Dollars and Detainees: The Growth of For-profit Detention

The War on Drugs and harsh sentencing laws led to explosive growth in state and federal prison populations in the 1980s. The massive rise in prisoners overwhelmed government budgets and resources, and created opportunities for private prison companies to flourish.


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Unfairly Disadvantaged? Asian-Americans and Unemployment During and After the Great Recession (2007-10)

From an economic standpoint, Asian Americans are presumed to fare better than average, even during downturns—a perception that contributes to their reputation as “model minorities. ” Indeed, from 2007 to 2010, Asian Americans had annual unemployment rates that were slightly lower than those of whites.


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Why Racial Integration Remains an Imperative

This article argues that racial integration must still be an imperative. Since the end of concerted efforts to enforce Brown v.


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The Reciprocal Relationship Between Housing and School Integration

This essay summarizes the social science evidence on the reciprocal relationship between integrated schooling and integrated housing. The synergistic nature of this relationship unfolds across the life course.


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The Impact of Racially Diverse Schools in a Democratic Society

This resource is the third in a series of three briefs summarizing findings from the newest and most rigorous research related to racial and socioeconomic diversity in public schools. The research examined here confirms findings from earlier studies finding that racial diversity in schools does carry long-term social benefits.


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A Lost Decade: Neighborhood Poverty and the Urban Crisis of the 2000s

Today, despite the significant progress we have made during the past half-century in fostering equality of opportunity for all Americans irrespective of skin color or national origin, institutional policies and practices that yield racially disparate outcomes persist. Nowhere is this more obvious than in patterns of residential segregation that remain the norm in our society.


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The Past and the Future of American Civil Rights

The history of civil rights in the United States has always been one of two steps forward and one step back. Significant progress toward racial equality has been made and then partially reversed, only to be advanced again at a later date.


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Slavery and Justice: Report of the Brown University Steering Committee on Slavery and Justice

The report that follows represents the culmination of the committee’s work. It contains three sections, reflecting the different elements of the president’s charge.


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Addressing Racial Disparities in Incarceration

This article reviews the current trends and impact of mass incarceration on communities of color, with a focus on criminal justice policy and practice contributors to racial disparity. The impact of these disproportionate incarceration rates on public safety, offenders, and communities are discussed.


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Being Black, Living in the Red: Race, Wealth and Social Policy in America

Being Black, Living in the Red demonstrates that many differences between blacks and whites stem not from race but from economic inequalities that have accumulated over the course of American history. Property ownership—as measured by net worth—reflects this legacy of economic oppression.


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No Enemy to Conquer: Forgiveness in an Unforgiving World

Offering dramatic evidence of the transformative power of forgiveness, No Enemy to Conquer shares the stories of people of diverse faiths and cultures who, despite all odds, found the courage to reconcile with their enemies. Gathering the voices of Desmond Tutu, Benazir Bhutto, Rajmohan Gandhi, Jonathan Sacks, the Dalai Lama, and others, Henderson’s masterful anthology is an inspiring step toward a geopolitics of mercy.


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Healing the Trauma of America's Past: Restorative Justice, Honest Patriotism, and the Legacy of Ethnic Cleansing

This article is about the story the Dakota people tell about the terrible truth of the Dakota - U.S. War of 1862, and how we might engage it today through restorative dialogue - the living heart of restorative justice practices that have begun to sweep across the world.


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Categorically Unequal: The American Stratification System

The United States holds the dubious distinction of having the most unequal income distribution of any advanced industrialized nation. While other developed countries face similar challenges from globalization and technological change, none rivals America’s singularly poor record for equitably distributing the benefits and burdens of recent economic shifts.


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Reconciliation in Child Welfare: Touchstones of Hope for Indigenous Children, Youth and Families

This document embodies an earnest intent to capture the wisdom of the approximately 200 invited leaders who attended Reconciliation: Looking Back, Reaching Forward—Indigenous Peoples and Child Welfare on October 26, 27, and 28, 2005, in Niagara Falls, Canada. It is intended to serve as a foundation for the development of community-based action plans.


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White by Law: The Legal Construction of Race

White by Law was published in 1996 to immense critical acclaim, and established Ian Haney López as one of the most exciting and talented young minds in the legal academy. The first book to fully explore the social and specifically legal construction of race, White by Law inspired a generation of critical race theorists and others interested in the intersection of race and law in American society.


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Unfair by Design: The War on Drugs, Race, and the Legitimacy of the Criminal Justice System

Equality before the law is one of the fundamental guarantees citizens expect in a just and fair society. We argue that recent trend toward mass incarceration, which has had vastly disproportionate impact on African Americans, is undermining this claim to fairness and raises a serious legitimacy problem for the legal system as a whole.


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Black Wealth / White Wealth

The award-winning Black Wealth / White Wealth offers a powerful portrait of racial inequality based on an analysis of private wealth. Melvin Oliver and Thomas Shapiro's groundbreaking research analyzes wealth - total assets and debts rather than income alone - to uncover deep and persistent racial inequality in America, and they show how public policies have failed to redress the problem.


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Why Segregation Matters: Poverty and Educational Inequality

This report examines the changing nature of segregation and integration in a society that has now become far more profoundly multiracial than it was in the past and explores some of the connections between segregation by race, segregation by poverty, and unequal opportunity. .


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Are Emily and Greg more Employable than Lakisha and Jamal? A Field Experiment on Labor Market Discrimination

We study race in the labor market by sending fictitious resumes to help-wanted ads in Boston and Chicago newspapers. To manipulate perceived race, resumes are randomly assigned African-American- or White sounding names.


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The Mark of a Criminal Record

With over 2 million individuals currently incarcerated, and over half a million prisoners released each year, the large and growing number of men being processed through the criminal justice system raises important questions about the consequences of this massive institutional intervention. This article focuses on the consequences of incarceration for the employment outcomes of black and white job seekers.


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Race and the Invisible hand: How White Networks Exclude Black Men from Blue-collar Jobs

From the time of Booker T. Washington to today, and William Julius Wilson, the advice dispensed to young black men has invariably been, "Get a trade.


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Screening Asian Americans

This innovative essay collection explores Asian American cinematic representations historically and socially, on and off screen, as they contribute to the definition of American character. The history of Asian Americans on movie screens, as outlined in Peter X Feng’s introduction, provides a context for the individual readings that follow.


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Latino Images in Film: Stereotypes, Subversion, Resistance

The bandido, the harlot, the male buffoon, the female clown, the Latin lover, and the dark lady—these have been the defining, and demeaning, images of Latinos in U. S.


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The Racial Conditioning of our Children: Ending Psychological Genocide of our Children

This book provides a convincing argument for why today's schools operate often unwittingly as engines of "psychological genocide." The author explains how educators are molded into unaware perpetuators of this mindset, and more than a third of the book is devoted to suggestions for putting an end to this problem.


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Unspeakable Truths: Transitional Justice and the Challenge of Truth Commissions

In a sweeping review of forty truth commissions, Priscilla Hayner delivers a definitive exploration of the global experience in official truth-seeking after widespread atrocities. When Unspeakable Truths was first published in 2001, it quickly became a classic, helping to define the field of truth commissions and the broader arena of transitional justice.


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Hollywood's Indian: The Portrayal of the Native American in Film

Offering both in-depth analyses of specific films and overviews of the industry's output, Hollywood's Indian provides insightful characterizations of the depiction of the Native Americans in film. This updated edition includes a new chapter on Smoke Signals , the groundbreaking independent film written by Sherman Alexie and directed by Chris Eyre.


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Black Resistance/White Law: A history of Constitutional Racism in America

How the government has used the Constitution to deny black Americans their legal rights. From the arrival of the first twenty slaves in Jamestown to the Howard Beach Incident of 1986, Yusef Hawkins, and Rodney King, federal law enforcement has pleaded lack of authority against white violence while endorsing surveillance of black rebels and using “constitutional” military force against them.


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Framing Blackness: The African American Image in Film

From D.W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation to Spike Lee's Malcolm X, Ed Guerrero argues, the commercial film industry reflects white domination of American society. Written with the energy and conviction generated by the new black film wave, Framing Blackness traces an ongoing epic—African Americans protesting screen images of blacks as criminals, servants, comics, athletes, and sidekicks.


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Whiteness as Property. Harvard Law Review

Issues regarding race and racial identity as well as questions pertaining to property rights and ownership have been prominent in much public discourse in the United States. In this article, Professor Harris contributes to this discussion by positing that racial identity and property are deeply interrelated concepts.


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White Privilege and Male Privilege: A Personal Account of Coming to See Correspondences Through Work in Women’s Studies

Through work to bring materials and perspectives from Women's Studies into the rest of the curriculum, I have often noticed men's unwillingness to grant that they are over privileged in the curriculum, even though they may grant that women are disadvantaged. Denials that amount to taboos surround the subject of advantages that men gain from women's disadvantages.


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Adding Racial Equity to the Menu: An Equity Toolkit for Restaurant Employers

This Racial Equity Toolkit provides restaurant management with practical resources for assessing, planning, and implementing steps toward racial equity at your business.


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