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Black Americans see huge jump in drug overdose deaths — study calls it racial justice issue




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Opinion: Taking a new look at the blue-eyes, brown-eyes experiment that taught third-graders about racism



Subsequent research designed to gauge the efficacy of Elliott’s attempt at reducing prejudice showed that many participants were shocked by the experiment, but it did nothing to address or explain the root causes of racism.

Stephen G. Bloom

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How Black cartographers put racism on the map of America



Cartography is a less documented aspect of the Panthers’ activism, but the group used maps to reimagine the cities where African Americans lived and struggled.

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<span class=caption>An early 20th-century NAACP map showing lynchings between 1909 and 1918. The maps were sent to politicians and newspapers in an effort to spur legislation protecting Black Americans.</span> <span class=attribution><a class=link  href=https://www.loc.gov/static/classroom-materials/naacp-a-century-in-the-fight-for-freedom/documents/lynching.pdf rel=nofollow noopener target=_blank data-ylk=slk:Library of Congress>Library of Congress</a></span>

An early 20th-century NAACP map showing lynching's between 1909 and 1918. The maps were sent to politicians and newspapers in an effort to spur legislation protecting Black Americans. Library of Congress

Joshua F.J. Inwood, Associate Professor of Geography and Senior Research Associate in the Rock Ethics Institute, Penn State and Derek H. Alderman, Professor of Geography, University of Tennessee

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EXPLAINER: White 'replacement theory' fuels racist attacks



WHAT IS THE ‘GREAT REPLACEMENT THEORY'?

Simply put, the conspiracy theory says there's a plot to diminish the influence of white people.

Believers say this goal is being achieved both through the immigration of nonwhite people into societies that have largely been dominated by white people, as well as through simple demographics, with white people having lower birth rates than other populations.



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