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Urban Studies Topics
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History: The Legacy of Slavery, Jim Crow, Red-Lining, and Mass Incarceration in My Region
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History: Ta-Nihisi Coates and the Case for Reparations
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History: The Legacy of the Moynihan Report
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History: Housing Discrimination in Baltimore City and Baltimore County
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Urban Policing Policies: The Legacy of the War on Drugs, Broken Windows Policing, and Mass Incarceration:
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UrbanPolicing Practices: The Black Lives Matter Movement in My City
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Urban Policing Policies: The Fergusen Effect: Under Policing in High Crime NeighborhoodsPierce
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African American Literature: Novelists, Poets, Playwrights
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Prison Reform: Halfway Houses for Drug Rehabilitation or Job Training for Ex-Convicts
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Prison Reform: Pell Grants for Prisoners
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Prison Reform: Giving Back the Right to Vote to Felons
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Prison Reform: Reforming Sentencing Strategies for Non-Violent Drug OffensesNina and Julie
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Prison Reform: Ending Solitary Confinement for Minors
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Criminal Justice Reform: Plea Bargaining and Parole
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Psychology: Take the Implicit Bias Association Test: How is your school addressing implicit bias?
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Urban Outreach: Compare Outreach Programs at Your Two Schools and Interview Students Involved
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Educations Reform: Private School Bridges Programs for Gifted and Talented Inner City Youth
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Urban Memoirs: Growing up Black in Neighborhoods Afflicted with Gangs and Drugs:gigi, lila, ajiee
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City Politics: Four Decades of Black Democratic Leadership: A Failure?
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City Politics: The Trial of Local Police Officers for Police Brutality
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Education Reform: The Charter School Movement, No Child Left Behind and Teaching to the Test
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Education Reform: Creating Metropolitan Regions to Integrate Still Segregated Inner City SchoolsNina and Julie
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Education Reform: Creating Meaningful Extra-Curricular Activities for Inner City Youth
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Health Care Reform: Treating Drug Addiction as a Public Health ProblemNina and Julie
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Health Care Reform: Creating Community Centers as Social Service Hubs for Adults
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Health Care: how socioeconomic inequality relates to children's cognitive and brain development.Steven
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City Service/ Faith Based Initiatives for Family Therapy and Drug Rehabilitation
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Community Direct Action Groups to Organize Demonstrations and Protests
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Business: Local Entrepreneurial Intiatives to Reinvigorate Inner City NeighborhoodsCalvin
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Business: Mentorship Programs to Groom High School/College Age Youth for Local Jobs
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Shelters and Soup Kitchens for HomelessKiki and Sophia
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Shelters for Abused Women
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Economics: Raising the Minimum Wage in a Service EconomySteven
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Economics: Government Grants: Low Income Housing in Suburban Neighborhoods
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Job Opportunities
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Comparative Study: How do polices on the solution of poverty in China differ from the U.S.
Hamera, Joy, Abby
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