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- At the Nieman Foundation for Journalism’s Nieman Reports, James Hamilton, author of Democracy’s Detectives, analyzed the Washington Post’s 1999 “Deadly Force” series—coverage of police violence against civilians that won a Pulitzer Prize, and prompted extensive policy reforms.
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- India’s Daily Star interviewed Vivek Bald, author of Bengali Harlem and the Lost Histories of South Asian America.
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