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Imagining a Better Future: Institutional Kindness

Caitlin SmartThe University of Auckland Undergraduate (First Year)As I write, the town of Ferguson is being immortalised alongside Selma, Montgomery, and Los Angeles. Immortalised, for cementing race intolerance in mass protest, and third-party rioting and looting. Two high-profile Grand Jury cases have returned no indictment on alleged cases of police brutality. Both victims were black. Even halfway around the world, in little old New Zealand, the possibility of widespread American police…See More
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Imagining a Better Future: Institutional Kindness

Caitlin SmartThe University of Auckland Undergraduate (First Year)As I write, the town of Ferguson is being immortalised alongside Selma, Montgomery, and Los Angeles. Immortalised, for cementing race intolerance in mass protest, and third-party rioting and looting. Two high-profile Grand Jury cases have returned no indictment on alleged cases of police brutality. Both victims were black. Even halfway around the world, in little old New Zealand, the possibility of widespread American police…See More
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Imagining a Better Future: Institutional Kindness

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The University of Auckland 

Undergraduate (First Year)

As I write, the town of Ferguson is being immortalised alongside Selma, Montgomery, and Los Angeles. Immortalised, for cementing race intolerance in mass protest, and third-party rioting and looting. Two high-profile Grand Jury cases have returned no indictment on alleged cases of police brutality. Both…

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