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How the Bureau of Justice Statistics Launched a White Supremacist Meme

TW: racism  and sexual violence; originally posted at Family Inequality. I’ve been putting off writing this post because I wanted to do more justice both to the history of the Black-men-raping-White-women charge and the survey methods questions. Instead I’m just going to lay this here and hope it helps someone who is more engaged than […]
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