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The War at Home: Baltimore


BY SEBASTIAN JOHNSON This piece is cross-posted from Pangyrus, Boston’s new journal of literature, perspective, arts, and politics. Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude – except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted – shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction. –13th Amendment to the […]

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Asian American Perspectives on Ferguson


The Asian American Policy Review editorial team has been keeping a close eye on the events in Ferguson, Missouri and elsewhere around the country. The issue of whether justice was served has riveted and divided communities across the nation. Asian Americans and Pacific Islander communities too have been divided on the grand jury decision to […]


The Criminal Justice System Is Not Broken, It’s Doing Exactly What It’s Meant To Do


Given the criminal justice system’s racist history, the failures of  grand juries to indict Officer Darren Wilson and Officer Daniel Pantaleo are unsurprising and show the need for dismantling, not reforming.  BY REETU MODY First a St. Louis grand jury failed to find enough evidence to indict Officer Darren Wilson for firing six shots that […]

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