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  • In The Color of Homeschooling: How Inequality Shapes School Choice, Assistant Professor of Sociology Mahala Stewart exposes the racial differences in homeschooling and what that might mean for the nation's education system. The book, published by New York University Press this fall, is based on more than 100 interviews with homeschooling families conducted by Stewart.

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  • Following up on a series of webinars held last year, the College-Community Partnership for Racial Justice hosted a discussion on Oct. 28 aimed at assessing the progress of local police reform measures. The earlier webinar series, which featured local experts and community leaders and focused on issues such as racial equity, criminal justice, and the prison industrial complex, was initiated in response to then-Governor Andrew Cuomo’s executive order mandating reforms for all New York law enforcement agencies.

  • Three Hamilton students — Anokhi Manchanda ’22, Cole Kuczek ’23, and Henry Schwob ’22 — are working on summer research projects concerning police and court reforms and a potential human rights commission in the Utica area.

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