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Blog Series on Race, Racism, and Law Enforcement in Communities of Color

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This is our ongoing series of blog posts about race, racism and law enforcement in communities of color.

  1. Teachable Moments About Policing from Ferguson, Missouri | Psychology Benefits Society
  2. Toxic Exposure: The Impact of Racial Inequality on the Brain | Psychology Benefits Society
  3. Ferguson and the Need for Effective Community Policing | Psychology Benefits Society
  4. Redefining Race Relations: It Begins at Home | Psychology Benefits Society
  5. Racial Perceptions of Crime and Support for Punitive Policies | Psychology Benefits Society
  6. Close to Home: A Psychologist Reflects on Providing Crisis Counseling in Ferguson | Psychology Benefits Society
  7. Crossing Boundaries: How Intergroup Contact Can Reduce Racial Anxiety and Improve Race Relations | Psychology Benefits Society
  8. Black (Women’s?) Lives Matter: Microaggression and the Erasure of Violence Against Women of Color | Psychology Benefits Society
  9. Justice for All… Experiences of Undocumented Youth with Law Enforcement | Psychology Benefits Society
  10. “Death by Legal Intervention” by the Numbers | Psychology Benefits Society
  11. Addressing Biased Policing Through Science-Based Training | Psychology Benefits Society
  12. Racial Trauma is Real: The Impact of Police Shootings on African Americans – Psychology Benefits Society

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