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Remember the Orangeburg Massacre  

Too often forgotten, the February 1968 killing of three student protesters by state troopers in Orangeburg, South Carolina marked a turning point in the black freedom struggle.

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A White Story  

In the standard narrative of neoliberalism’s rise, the demise of the white social contract gets cast as universal.

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The Apocalyptic Baldwin  

I Am Not Your Negro shows how James Baldwin became disillusioned about the possibility of any peaceful resolution to racism, but underplays the force of his internationalist and anti-capitalist perspective.

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The Return of Border Discrimination  

A product of the civil rights era, the 1965 Immigration Act changed the United States in ways its supporters could hardly imagine. But will the principle of open immigration withstand Trump’s presidency?

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Red Lines, Black Lives  

A new digital archive reveals the extent of the federal government’s role in fueling and enforcing midcentury housing discrimination.

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