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  • On Rekia Boyd, Freddie Gray and the Cost of Police Impunity

    While the corporate media report on killings of Black civilians by police, they fail to cover the actual mechanics underpinning the cycle of violence.

  • We Call It "Mud Season"

    William Rivers Pitt describes the atmosphere of New Hampshire as the GOP clown car rolls in for the primary: "The Iowa caucus is one thing ... but the New Hampshire primary is an entirely different ball of wax."

Roberto Cintli Rodriguez

Roberto Cintli Rodriguez

Roberto Rodriguez, an assistant professor in Mexican-American studies at the University of Arizona, can be reached at xcolumn@gmail.com.

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Roberto Cintli Rodriguez

Roberto Cintli Rodriguez

Roberto Rodriguez, an assistant professor in Mexican-American studies at the University of Arizona, can be reached at xcolumn@gmail.com.

Other articles by this author

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By Roberto Cintli Rodriguez, Truthout | Film Review

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By Roberto Cintli Rodriguez, Truthout | Opinion

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By Roberto Cintli Rodriguez, Truthout | Op-Ed

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By Roberto Cintli Rodriguez, SpeakOut | News Analysis

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By Roberto Cintli Rodriguez, SpeakOut | News Analysis

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