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Alba, Davey. "Misinformation About George Floyd Protests Surges on Social Media," New York Times, June 9, 2020
Barone, Emily. "Innocent: The Fight Against Wrongful Convictions," TIME Magazine.
Coates, Ta-Nehisi. “The Case for Reparations.” The Atlantic, no. 5, 2014, p. 54.
Cobb, William. “The Matter Of Black Lives.” The New Yorker, no. 5, 2016.
Izadhi, E. & Farhi, P. (2020). ‘The terror of wearing both a press badge and black skin’: Black journalists are carrying unique burdens. The Washington Post Online, 1 June 2020.
Joseph, P.E. (2016). The many meanings of a fist. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 62(37): B4-B5.
Smith. C. (2020). Becoming a parent in the age of Black Lives Matter. The Atlantic, 1 June 2020.
Trent, S. (2020). Young allies push parents to understand call for change. The Washington Post, 22 June 2020.
Academic Journal Articles
Brown, R.A. (2019). Policing in American history, DuBois Review, 16(1): 189-195.
Grant, W. (2020). Decolonising the curriculum: An introduction. Political Quarterly, 91(1), 203.
Herbert, S., Beckett, K. & Forrest, S. (2018). Policing social marginality: Contrasting approaches. Law & Social Inquiry, 43(4): 1491-1513.
Ince, J. (2018). Engaging with the past: How #BlackLivesMatter points us to our predecessors and calls us to hope. Ethnic & Racial Studies, 41(8), 1428–1434.
Kahn, J. (2019). The 911 covenant: Policing black bodies in white spaces and the limits of implicit bias as a tool of racial justice. Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties, 15(1), 1-41.
Knox, D., Lowe, W., & Mummolo, J. (2020). Administrative records mask racially biased policing. American Political Science Review, First View: 1-19.
Ledford, C. (2018). Symbolic racism, institutional bias, and welfare drug testing legislation: Racial biases matter. Policy Studies Journal, 46(3), 510–530.
Noorudin, I. (2007). Blind justice: 'Seeing' race and gender in cases of violent crime. Politics & Gender, 3(3): 321-348.
Picower, B. (2011). Learning to teach and teaching to learn: Supporting the development of new social justice educators. Teacher Education Quarterly, 38(4), 7–24.
Picower, B. (2013). You can't change what you don't see: Developing new teachers' political understanding of education. Journal of Transformative Education, 11(3), 170–189.
Ray, R., Brown, M., Fraistat, N., & Summers, E. (2017). Ferguson and the death of Michael Brown on Twitter: #BlackLivesMatter, #TCOT, and the evolution of collective identities. Ethnic & Racial Studies, 40(11), 1797–1813.
Ward, G. (2018). Living histories of white supremacist policing: Towards transformative justice. DuBois Review, 15(1): 167-184.
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