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  • In Pictures Race in America

    Race relations in Philadelphia, Miss. have come a long way since 1964 when three civil rights activists were murdered there, inspiring the movie “Mississippi Burning.” Today, James Young (r.), the town’s first black mayor, sits in a diner with James David Williams (l.), who says he didn’t vote for the Young, but that he plans to next time.

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  • Beyond racism: lessons from the South on racial discrimination and prejudice

    Beyond racism: lessons from the South on racial discrimination and prejudice

    Seven lessons from the deep South on racism, racial discrimination, and prejudice.

  • In Pictures Race in America

    Race relations in Philadelphia, Miss. have come a long way since 1964 when three civil rights activists were murdered there, inspiring the movie “Mississippi Burning.” Today, James Young (r.), the town’s first black mayor, sits in a diner with James David Williams (l.), who says he didn’t vote for the Young, but that he plans to next time.