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John Howard Griffin
Last piece in John Howard Griffin's seven-part magazine series that became "Black Like Me."
John Howard Griffin
Part VI of John Howard Griffin's magazine series that became "Black Like Me."
John Howard Griffin
Part V of John Howard Griffin's magazine series which became "Black Like Me."
John Howard Griffin
Part IV of the magazine series that became John Howard Griffin's "Black Like Me."
John Howard Griffin
Part II of John Howard Griffin's magazine series that became the best-selling "Black Like Me."
John Howard Griffin
Part II of John Howard Griffin's magazine series that became the best-selling book, "Black Like Me."
John Howard Griffin
The first of John Howard Griffin's three-part series and follow-up in Sepia Magazine, which became the basis for "Black Like Me."
Who Kills, Who Cuts, Who Bosses Can Depend on Race"
Charlie LeDuff
This piece was part of the New York Times "How Race Is Lived" series of 2000, which won the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting. It was the only piece in the series in which the reporter took a job without disclosure to his employers of his actual intentions.
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