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The nearly 2.3 million people in U.S.
The events that I saw in my childhood during the war in Sudan are called genocide today.
In 1994, Jamie and Gladys Scott were convicted in a Mississippi state court.
I want to tell you a story. It's a tale about drugs, prison, race, and justice (or the lack thereof).
It is Death Penalty Awareness Week, and supporters of human rights across the country have turned their attention to a uniquely complicated injustice -- the implementation of capital punishment in the United States.
Does this sound familiar? A poor, minority community experiences high levels of violence and drug dealing. A predominantly white police force sweeps in and arrests many offenders.