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Prof. Carina Ray (AAAS)


Reader Commentary: Clarify misconceptions in ‘And Then There Were None’ Justice articles

The more the conversation loses sight of this history and the manifold ways in which the past remains present, the easier it is to misinterpret or mischaracterize our letter. So allow me to end with a reminder of where Agatha Christie's novel first began: a racist nursery rhyme about the serial murder of 10 Black children. It should never be easy to look past that. 


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