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2007. “Bridging the Gap Between Diversity and Social Justice: Personal, Professional and Pedagogical Insights from Courses on Race, Diversity and Crime” Letters from the Future: Linking Students and Teachers with the Diversity of Everyday Life.
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2006. “After the Traffic Stops: Officer Characteristics and Enforcement Actions” Topics in Economic Analysis & Policy: Vol. 6: No. 1, Article 24.
2002. “Intersections of Race, Religion, and Inmate Culture: The Historical Development of Islam in American Corrections” Religion, the Community and the Rehabilitation of Criminal Offenders .
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