by Roy E. Finkenbine
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SOURCE: The Conversation
by Randall Curren and Charles Dorn
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It’s one we should have put to an end long ago.
SOURCE: The Washington Post
by Martha S. Jones
Black Americans have been threatened with deportation before. It never ends well.
SOURCE: Time Magazine
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by Kenneth Cohen
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by David B. Parker
Why the president of Kennesaw State University might want to reconsider his criticism.
SOURCE: The New Yorker
by Jill Lepore
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by William Lambers
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“No one has bothered to tell this story,” Mr. Greenberg said. “So I said, we’re telling the story through them, and their families.”
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