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In Obama’s America, many whites, even those living in the largely homogeneous suburbs of the Northeast, are still capable of being shocked by eruptions of deep-seated, structural racism. They shouldn't be, as Jason Sokol shows.
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Until mainstream society appreciates the real fear that people of color harbor toward police, the dialogue will be fruitless.
SOURCE: The American Prospect
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The historical value of black life and the casual killing of Eric Garner.
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