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Newsweek · July 7, 2020

Defunding the Police Could Increase Policing if Cuts Are Too Modest | Opinion

David Crockett

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Stuff · June 22, 2020

Men who challenge sexual inequality can be guilty of 'mansplaining', research finds

Susannah Stevens, Ekant Veer, Kseniia Zahrai

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Q Talks Podcast · June 18, 2020

Race in the Marketplace

Akon Ekpo and Jenna Drenten

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Los Angeles Times · June 17, 2020

The Aunt Jemima brand, rooted in slavery, was in fact 'selling whiteness'

Sonya Grier & Monique Bell

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The New York Times · June 17, 2020

After Aunt Jemima, Reviews Underway for Uncle Ben, Mrs. Butterworth and Cream of Wheat

Kevin Thomas

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Otago Daily Times · May 22, 2020

Concerns problem gambling could rise under Covid-19 climate

Ekant Veer

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NextCity · March 19, 2019

Raleigh Thinks About Equitable Public Space in Dog Park Study

Vanessa Perry

Drawing from research by Perry and Grier on the gentrification of communities, Perry answers the question: 'Are dog parks exclusionary?'.  As she explains, "While a dog park isn't exclusionary per se, it sends a signal.... dog parks [are] emerging as this symbol of disenfranchisement of existing residents."

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Beyond The Expected Podcast · March 13, 2020

Beyond the Expected Podcast: The Coronavirus Effect

Stacey Finkelstein

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Stony Brook University News · February 28, 2020

Uncovering the Roots of Vaccine Hesitancy

Stacey Finkelstein

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Adweek · February 10, 2020

Advancing Diversity in Advertising Starts in the Classroom

Monique Bell & Sonya Grier

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