SOURCE: The Washington Post
by Steven M. Gillon
Instead of revitalizing the Democratic coalition, the commission's report exposed the fractures in American society.
Released 50 years ago, the infamous report found that poverty and institutional racism were driving inner-city violence.
SOURCE: ABC News
Barriers to equality pose threats to democracy in the U.S. as the country remains segregated along racial lines and child poverty worsens, according to a new study that examines the nation 50 years after the release of the landmark 1968 Kerner Report.
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