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Read a collection of free research in policing, civil rights, and racial justice

These articles were selected in collaboration with editors of our social science, history, and humanities journals to collect and surface recent or relevant work in policing, the courts, civil rights, racial justice history, racial health inequities, and activism.

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Her article “Packed Sacks and Pieced Quilts” is an excerpt from the winning book, published in Winterthur Portfolio as part of the series Enslavement and Its Legacies.


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