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Washington State University students were extremely important to civil rights activists
Black Enterprise
April 23, 2023

New research centered on the civil rights movement seems to be never-ending and that’s a good thing. Marc Arsell Robinson, assistant professor of African American History at California State University, San Bernardino released a new book, “Washington State Rising, Black Power on Campus in the Pacific Northwest,” that examines the civil rights protest in the Pacific Northwest region. 

Theft Victimization in Urban Settings: Comparison of Tourist and Resident Case Profiles
Crime & Delinquency

Nerea Marteache (criminal justice) co-wrote a study on the relationship between urban tourism and crime, which “has been well documented, although a focus on the specifics of tourist victimization is lacking. This study explores police-recorded thefts against urban tourists in the city of Barcelona (Spain).”

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