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Includes: (1) Does Politics Have a Place in Sports? (2) Are Hate Crime Laws Effective? (3) Do Police Departments Use Appropriate Force When Dealing with the Public? (4) Do members of minority groups enjoy equal opportunity and treatment in the United States? (5) Does the observance of Black History Month help educate the public?, etc.
Includes: (1) Facing bigots in the streets peacefully; (2) Liberals Condemn Racist Language but Enact Racist Policies; (3) Why short "unconscious bias" programs aren’t enough to end racial harassment and discrimination; (4) Millions of White People Think They Are the Real Victims of Racism; (5) Beyond Protests: 5 More Ways To Channel Anger Into Action To Fight Racism (video); (6) What Will It Take To Protect Black Americans From Police Violence? (video); (7) Belief that Racism Is a Major Problem in the United States among US Adults, by Age and Race and Ethnicity (stats), etc.
Description: The last 10 years of newspaper articles from across the US on this issue. Interesting to watch the coverage increase over the decade (can be tracked on sidebar timeline year-by-year). And Racism in Iowa News (135 articles/ 6/22/2020)
Description: The work of social and behavioral scientists is crucial in helping to dismantle mechanisms of discrimination, oppression, and violence and create a radically improved society. This collection shares freely accessible articles to support researchers in future scholarship and amplify their critical work; educators as they discuss the impacts of systemic racism with students; and policymakers and advocates in their fight to make sweeping reform.