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Nov 9, 2016
| Inequality & Distribution
Prof. Marlene Kim says her research has revealed that African-American women face triple penalties from race and gender bias, and the combination of those two
Credits: Matthew Kulvicki, Nick Alpha
Nov 11–12, 2016
Featuring Marlene Kim
Dec 30, 2016