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Should Harvard teach ‘The Wire’? | Eugene F. Rivers 3d And Jacqueline C. Rivers

Yes, it’s the real thing about urban life

By Eugene F. Rivers 3d And Jacqueline C. Rivers
September 30, 2010

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In addition to illuminating the larger structural and institutional barriers to academic achievement, employment opportunities and a wholesome life, “The Wire” confronts the related cultural and behavioral sources of black-on-black violence with exhausting realism. (Full article: 596 words)

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