In search of justice: Reimagining race, public safety at a watershed moment

October 13, 2020

By Susan Gonzalez

From the article: "Elizabeth Hinton and Phillip Atiba Goff have been crossing paths for a long time.

With a mutual interest in policing, racial injustice, and criminal reform, Hinton, a historian, and Goff, a social psychologist, have often collaborated professionally. But until now, they’d never held permanent faculty positions on the same campus.

The two scholars and friends, who joined the Yale Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) this summer, are glad they finally do, especially at a moment when the nation is urgently grappling with issues they’ve been thinking about deeply for a long time."

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