How Racism Works in a Democratic City

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A decal pasted onto a street sign marks “George Floyd Avenue” at a memorial site at 38th St and Chicago Avenue in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Stephen Maturen / Getty Images)

Michele Goodwin talks about her experiences of racism in daily life in Minneapolis—before she became Chancellor’s Professor of Law at the University of California Irvine. Also: removing statues from the Capitol Building honoring traitors and defenders of slavery—there’s one that’s been overlooked: Chief Justice Roger B. Taney.
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