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The discourse around housing segregation traditionally focuses on the interplay and conflict between black and white communities. Arnold […]

In the Spring of 2007, New York City witnessed the revision of a city planning legend long steeped […]

In recent weeks the University of California San Diego has been affected by a series of racist acts, […]

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The idea that discourse creates the conditions for the implementation of discriminatory social policies while creating problematic self […]

The Dangers of Counterpublics In recent weeks, nay months, many on the left have expressed dismay at the […]