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Presented by the Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute.
Presented by the Program on Poverty and Governance.
41 Cities, Many Sources: How False Antifa Rumors Spread Locally — Renée DiResta (The New York Times, 6/22/20).
Anonymous Claims Responsibility for Atlanta PD Website Outage — Herbert Lin (Government Technology, 6/15/20).
Denver’s Marijuana Businesses Lack Diversity in Ownership and Employment, City Study Finds — Keith Humphreys (The Denver Post, 6/8/20).
CIA Veterans Who Monitored Crackdowns Abroad See Troubling Parallels in Trump’s Handling of Protests — Brett McGurk (The Washington Post, 6/2/20).
Former Commanders Fault Trump’s Use of Troops Against Protesters —Michael McFaul (The New York Times, 6/2/20).
Social Media Becomes Battleground Over Days of Street Protests — Nate Persily and Alex Stamos (The Wall Street Journal, 6/1/20).
The Long Struggle for Voting Rights — Larry Diamond (The American Interest, 6/9/20).
This Moment Cries Out for Us to Confront Race in America — Condoleezza Rice (The Washington Post, 6/4/20).
The U.S. is Losing Ground in the Global Effort to Promote Democratic Ideals — Michael McFaul (The Washington Post. 6/4/20).