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Racial Inequality and the Economics of Social Justice

Max Eternity @ Truthout - Institutional oppression and persecution have long been seen as normalized for the vast majority of African-Americans, whether through deliberately and systemically arrested socioeconomic advancement - as formerly experienced during the not-so-distant Jim Crow era, for the duration of Cointelpro and very recently seen in "ghetto loans" sold by Wells Fargo - the two-tiered justice system or legalized state-sponsored violence.  Read more.

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