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Live Blogging the 7th Annual Guggenheim Symposium at John Jay: Day 1

Drugs. Race. Politics. For years they have shaped, and often skewed the criminal justice system–and continue to do so today. This morning is the start 7th Annual John Jay College/Guggenheim Symposium on Crime in America, put on by the Center on Media, Crime and Justice. Over the course of two days, panelists from worlds as diverse as law enforcement, advocacy, academia and government will gather to talk about “The Problem That Won’t Go Away: How Drugs, Race and Politics Distort […]

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