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Black Lives Matter: The African American Experience: Policing, Incarceration, Disinvestment
(Claude M. Steele, 1992) More than half of black college students fail to complete their degree work—for reasons that have little to do with innate ability or environmental conditioning. The problem, a social psychologist argues, is that they are undervalued, in ways that are sometimes subtle and sometimes not
(Eric Schlosser, 1998) Correctional officials see danger in prison overcrowding. Others see opportunity. The nearly two million Americans behind bars—the majority of them nonviolent offenders—mean jobs for depressed regions and windfalls for profiteers
(Sasha Abramsky, 1999) How prisons, established to fight crime, produce crime.
From NetFlicks. Combining archival footage with testimony from activists and scholars, director Ava DuVernay's examination of the U.S. prison system looks at how the country's history of racial inequality drives the high rate of incarceration in America.
How racism makes us sick
Racism has a cost for everyone
Why your doctor should care about social justice
The problem with race-based medicine
The trauma of systematic racism is killing Black women
How racism harms pregnant women
Why genetic research must be more diverse
The racial politics of time