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Anti-bias Trainings Not Effective for Many

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Most anti-bias trainings probably won’t be as effective as organizers hope, according to a study just published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. The research finds that only those whites who are aware of their racial biases will internalize negative feedback about their racial preferences and take steps to correct their behavior.

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Expert Available to Speak About Criminal Justice System Reform

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Obama’s Visit to Prison of ‘Huge Symbolic’ Meaning to Inmates, UB Expert Says

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Better DNA Hair Analysis for Catching Criminals

A simple, lower-cost new method for DNA profiling of human hairs developed by the University of Adelaide should improve opportunities to link criminals to serious crimes.

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Which city will be next to end cash bail for low level offenders? #NYC started, will #Philadelphia follow? @uutah's Shima Baradaran can comment.

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Education and Rehabilitation Should be Top of Obama Prison Reform, Hamilton Expert Says

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‘Sanctuary City’ Policies Beneficial Law Enforcement Tools, SF Policy ‘Extreme,’ Says Texas A&M Prof

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Remediating Abandoned, Inner City Buildings Reduces Crime and Violence in Surrounding Areas

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Fixing up abandoned buildings in the inner city doesn’t just eliminate eyesores, it can also significantly reduce crime and violence, including gun assaults, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania and Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine report in the first study to demonstrate the direct impact of building remediation efforts on crime.

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Media: @uutah & @sjquinney's @CBHessick is available to talk #SCOTUS decision on Johnson v. US. 801-587-8756

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