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Harper’s open letter on justice is not just

The political positions of key signatories, and their unwillingness to share their own platforms for progressive causes, are deeply troubling

Harper’s Magazine set out to do a noble thing last week.

  • Marika Gabriel
  • Hindustan Times

An open letter, published on July 7, titled A letter on Justice and Open Debate was signed by stalwarts like authors Margaret Atwood, Salman Rushdie, Malcolm Gladwell, academic…

It wanted to steer change. In 532 words, it tried to right a centuries-old wrong.

Acknowledging overdue police reform in the US that is challenging racism and social injustice, the letter also casts a…

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