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After Ferguson, Race Deserves More Attention, Not Less - NYTimes.com

After Ferguson, Race Deserves More Attention, Not Less

New York Times: Aug. 2014 - News analysis: Race and police shootings: Are blacks targeted more?

We’re back! Boom! Tonight’s guest, an old friend of the show, Judge Andrew Napolitano. He’s got his book out, Suicide...

Jon Stewart Shreds Fox News’ Racial Hypocrisy and Fear-Mongering on Ferguson "It almost makes you think that the crime that they’re really upset about over there isn’t race-pimping or race arson - it’s.

http://www.vox.com/a/police-shootings-ferguson-map

Police killings since Ferguson, in one map

America’s unique gun violence problem, explained in 17 maps and charts

From 1961 to 1969 the USSR and the United States were locked in a history-making race to land the first person on the moon. This detailed map explains the story of this titanic contest in a clear and informative manner. From afar, it is striking to look at; up close, the rich set of data imparts on the viewer a deeper understanding of why the US prevailed.

Race to the Moon

From 1961 to 1969 the USSR and the United States were locked in a history-making race to land the first person on the moon. This detailed map explains the story of this titanic contest in a clear and informative manner.

This fact sheet shows the wide disparity between the percentage of African Americans in Ferguson compared to the percentage of African-American police officers in Ferguson. It also shows the other neighboring cities and their percentages which are not nearly as spread.

This fact sheet shows the wide disparity between the percentage of African Americans in Ferguson compared to the percentage of African-American police officers in Ferguson. It also shows the other neighboring cities and their percentages which are not nearly as spread.

South Asian scholar Chandra Dharma Sena Gooneratne wore a turban to avoid anti-black discrimination in the American South.

How Turbans Helped Some Blacks Go Incognito In The Jim Crow Era

At the time, ideas of race in America were quite literally black and white.

Illustration / An American Neurotic in Paris - NYTimes.com

Melinda Beck - New York Times - An American Neurotic in Paris

Faking Cultural Literacy - NYTimes.com  I need to be better at not doing this.

Faking Cultural Literacy

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