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Troy Duster Troy Duster
Professor, Sociology, New York University
Chancellor's Professor, Sociology
University of California, Berkeley
Expertise: Science Policy and Race
 Articles
    Deep Roots and Tangled Branches by Troy Duster, 01-30-2007
 Books
    Whitewashing Race by Troy Duster, 01-30-2007
Scrutinizes the logic and evidence behind the widely held belief in a color-blind society, and provides an alternative explanation for continued racial inequality in the United States.
    Backdoor to Eugenics by Troy Duster, 01-30-2007
 Downloadable Files
    Troy Duster and Alice Waters: The Vertical Integration of Food for Thought by Troy Duster, 01-30-2007
Longview's Troy Duster and renowned chef Alice Waters describe a new trend in experiential learning .
    Explaining Differential Trust of DNA Forensic Technology: Grounded Assessment or Inexplicable Paranoia by Troy Duster, 01-30-2007
With the development of DNA technology and the professed ability to determine racial heritage from a DNA sample, law enforcement has further justification to investigate citizens based solely on race. The extent to which Americans trust the police to use this power impartially varies, understandably, by race and class.
 Links
    Medicine and People of Color by Troy Duster, 01-30-2007
Troy Duster on an unlikely mix: race, biology and drugs
    Debating Proposition 54: Data that bear on matters of life and death by Troy Duster, 01-30-2007
Troy Duster examines California's "Racial Privacy Initiative".
    New Book by Longview's Troy Duster by Troy Duster, 01-30-2007
The link describes the co-authored book, *Whitewashing Race: The Myth of a Color-Blind Society*, published by University of California Press.
 News Items
    Troy Duster Profiled in New York Times by Troy Duster, 01-30-2007
Troy Duster, a Longview Institute Senior Fellow, urges geneticists to slow down and check their methods as they search for links between genes, disease and race in the October 18th edition of the New York Times.

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