Residential Racism
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The author examines 'Sundown towns'—all-white communities that kept out minorities with laws, threats and violence—in the context of Trump era racism and #BlackLivesMatter.

Two States Start ‘Separate but Equal’ Voting Systems

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In the wake of the Supreme Court’s gutting of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and a separate ruling tossing out Arizona’s “proof of citizenship” law, Arizona and Kansas have adopted separate voter registration systems for federal and state/local elections, the latter requiring proof of citizenship. Look at it as Jim Crow 2.0.

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