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12 shot in Baltimore on Thursday, five in single West Baltimore incident, police say; four dead overall
Five men were shot — one fatally — in a shooting in West Baltimore on Thursday evening, according to Baltimore Police.
Stacey Abrams says 2020 Candidates Should Confront Identity Politics Head On | Politics with Amy Walter
Amy Walter talks to Stacey Abrams about her work on election reform, what she thinks about the 2020 race, and her role in politics going forward.
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Inter-Generational Mobility of Income and Wealth
USA Today Searched Old Yearbooks for Blackface Photos. It Found One Published by Its Editor.
Nicole Carroll, the newspaper’s editor in chief, apologized for a racist photo that appeared in a college yearbook in the late 1980s, when she was the yearbook’s editor.
The Obama Presidential Library That Isn’t
The Obama Presidential Center in Chicago won’t include a research library and archive. To some historians, that’s a problem.
Eventbrite - Yale Women Faculty Forum presents Writing Trauma - Tuesday, March 5, 2019 at Battell Chapel, New Haven, CT. Find event and ticket information.
Prosecutors: Coast Guard officer wanted to kill Democrats, TV hosts
Christopher Paul Hasson was arrested Feb. 15 on drug and gun charges. Prosecutors say he wanted "to murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen."
Finding My Purpose: Is That All There Is?
At 60, this author and professor searches for meaning in her life
Anand Giridharadas | The Charade Around Changing the World | CreativeMornings/NYC
Author Anand Giridharadas talks with Debbie Millman, host of Design Matters, on politics and why we're relying on the most powerful people to change the world.
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More Than Half Of Americans Can Now Be Linked In DNA Databases Accessed By The FBI
"It's getting close to the point that almost everyone with European heritage will have a third cousin in these databases."
Studying belonging in education: A conversation with Claude Steele, Mary Murphy, and Gregory Walton
Mindset Scholars Network
Lisa Quay discusses the science of belonging with Claude Steele, Mary Murphy, and Gregory Walton at the Mindset Scholars Network’s recent funder briefing.
American segregation, mapped at day and night
The racial makeup of neighborhoods changes during the workday. See how yours changes.
For a Black Mathematician, What It’s Like to Be the ‘Only One’
Fewer than 1 percent of doctorates in math are awarded to African-Americans. Edray Goins, who earned one of them, found the upper reaches of the math world a challenging place.
Racial equality is economic equality
By Darrick Hamilton
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