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Rosalyn Elder, On Bookstores in the Age of the Internet

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Michelle Wu: Making Her Mark On Boston

Arts & Culture | Politics

October 11, 2013

If Michelle Wu is elected, she would become the first Asian American woman to sit on the Boston City Council. 

Matters of Race in the Courtroom


By Virginia DePina

Timothy Tyrone Foster, a Black man, was charged and convicted of the murder of an elderly white woman. Upon recent discovery, the prosecutor's notes in the case revealed markings indicating the race on four potential jurors who were dismissed through peremptory strikes. Foster was sentenced to death by an all white jury. 

Dehlia Umunna, Clinical Professor of Law from Harvard Law School explains the impact of race in a courtroom, particularly in jury selection. 


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