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Relatively recent (2019) :) 

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#767 Being who they are and living where they live

#767 Being who they are and living where they live

hese prisoners live in poor neighborhoods with terrible schools and scant opportunities. And they’re highly policed. So the chance that an ex-convict returning to that neighborhood will have another brush with the law is no doubt larger than that of a tax fraudster who is released into a leafy suburb. In this system, the poor and nonwhite are punished more for being who they are and living where they live.

• From "Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy"
by Cathy O'Neil 

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From the archives (2017)

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104/365 Meanwhile, in Thessaloníki
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105/365 Takings the stairs to the sun
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106/365 Home
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107/365 White, Blue, Greek
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108/365 Reminder. Life is short.
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109/365 Tranquility is nothing else than the good ordering of the mind
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