Welcome to This Week In Links. This series is a place for us to share articles that our fellows and staff are reading to deepen their understanding of the context of their work. By linking to these stories, we are not necessarily endorsing the positions, but sharing interesting material for discussion and reflection. We invite you to share, comment, and discuss these stories, and also to share your top links from the past week!

Redefining “Rabbi” in Rockland County (NY): Pursuing Justice in Public Education

Mom: What should we teach our children about success in this dog-eat-dog world?

The Social Justice Argument

Angus Deaton and the Dodd-Frank Election

Why a Boston Suburb Combined Its High School and Senior Center

Geography of Poverty: A journey through forgotten America

For Kids, Bouncing Between Schools Has Long-Term Effects

Mapping the Great Housing Divide in New York and San Francisco

The 2015 Nobel-Winning Economist Isn’t Too Keen on Gated Communities

We’re all racist. But racism by white people matters more

How Not to Be a Restaurant Racist: For starters, maybe you shouldn’t call it “ethnic” food.

Charles Ramsey’s Endless, Frustrating War Against Bad Cops

America’s Urgent Need to Tackle Child Poverty, in 3 Charts

Black Americans Would Have Been Better Off Renting Than Buying

Why Tipping Is Wrong

A 58-Year-Old Black Man Reflects on the Death Around Him

Protesters at SRC meeting angrily call for dramatic changes

Diagnosing and Treating ‘Property-Value Panic’ Syndrome

Free Tuition Is Not Enough