Rahim Kurwa

Assistant Professor of Criminology, Law, and Justice at the University of Illinois, Chicago and author of, "Apartheid's Afterlives: Policing Black Life in the Antelope Valley"

Assistant Professor of Criminology, Law, and Justice at the University of Illinois, Chicago and author of, "Apartheid's Afterlives: Policing Black Life in the Antelope Valley"

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Community members in the Antelope Valley and high desert are looking for answers in the deaths of Robert Fuller and Malcolm Harsch, who were recently found dead, hanging from trees in…

Robert Fuller and Malcolm Harsch found hanging from trees, California residents demand answers

Community members in the Antelope Valley and high desert are looking for answers in the deaths of Robert Fuller and Malcolm Harsch, who were recently found dead, hanging from trees in…

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