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This week theme on the Daily Beat: We are looking at violence and the city and investigating the nature and effects of various types of urban warfare.
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Today’s break down: We hear from Dr. Kavitha Ramsamy, a professor at Rutgers University who has researched the anti-asian violence in Jersey City, New Jersey of the 1980s.
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Today: Tuesday, May 12, 2015 – The Daily Beat went down The Murphy Institute for a conference on “Violence and The City”. At the panel discussion on immigrants, violence and policing, Dr. Kavitha Ramsamy spoke about her paper which illustrated the “Dotbuster” attacks of the 1980s in Jersey City. This episodes takes the discussion further on the mobility efforts of South Asian protestors and how they were ultimately able to establish better protection under the law.
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