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Whose (In)Justice? Whose Tears? Whose Peace?

August 5, 2013
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By Zillah Eisenstein I am writing in the hopes of coalition building: civil rights/sex/gender/economic/environmental justice movements.  And I am writing while remembering the Central Park Five—five Black and Latino teenagers found guilty of a brutal rape that they did not commit in 1989, yet spent years in jail before being released. Their loved ones and...
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