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!

Racism on Campus: Stories from New York Times Readers

What the Protests Mean

Race, College and Safe Space

Host or attend an Oxfam America Hunger Banquet PLUS Hunger Banquet resources

Why the Wealthy Have Been Returning to City Centers

The Pessimism of White, Working-Class America

Police Are More Aggressive Overall in Encounters With African Americans

Why Urbanism Is Considered to be ‘Liberal’

Yale’s Activists Deserve Constructive Criticism

Electing to Ignore the Poorest of the Poor

Staying Back to Get Ahead

Bloom and Bust: Regional inequality is out of control. Here’s how to reverse it.

Being White Makes It a Lot Easier to Get a Home Loan in Baltimore

History, Words, Race: Princeton becomes flash point

Who Is a Jewish Educator? Must a Jewish Educator be Jewish?

More Evidence That Tests Measure SES

Study finds more evidence of systemic racial bias, this time in car insurance rates

Are Higher Minimum Wages Eliminating Restaurant Jobs?