Rest In Segregation : Latino USA We think of segregation as a thing of the past, but there are still many instances of unequal treatment—some more subtle than others. Language advisory: one racial slur is not bleeped in the episode.

Latino USA

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We think of segregation as a thing of the past, but there are still many instances of unequal treatment—some more subtle than others.

We think of segregation as a thing of the past, but there are still many instances of unequal treatment—some more subtle than others.

Noam Hassenfeld

Rest In Segregation

We think of segregation as a thing of the past, but there are still many instances of unequal treatment—some more subtle than others. Language advisory: one racial slur is not bleeped in the episode.

Segregated, Six Feet Under

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But I Was Born in South Carolina

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Salma at Dinner

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Latino USA