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(Hi)stories our bodies tell: Experiencing racism

(Hi)stories our bodies tell: Experiencing racism

Guest post by Michelle Munyikwa I am currently still reveling in Black History Month. Yes, it is no longer February. But I hope to retain that mindfulness, grasping onto this moment each year that forces us to pay attention to the stories of black peoples across America and draws into stark relief how histories have [...]

March 9, 2014 — Hilda Bastian
Inching closer towards a science base for justice

Inching closer towards a science base for justice

In a courtroom, the full power of the state comes down on an individual. No one should have to face that on their own. A criminal defense lawyer was making this argument to me after a long day in the court we were both working in.

January 12, 2014 — Hilda Bastian