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Joanna Slater

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The lessons of Ferguson: Race, protest, and militarized policing

Angry protests and violent responses in the wake of the death of an unarmed black teen at the hands of a white police officer in Ferguson, Mo., have focused an unwavering spotlight on American policing, race relations, and the assumptions and attitudes informing both

Aug 15, 2014

U.S. banks mired in trading doldrums

Second-quarter earnings reports likely to disappoint as fixed-income, currencies and commodities no longer spinning easy revenues

Jul 10, 2014

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Joanna Slater is the Globe's New York Bureau Chief. Prior to joining the Globe in 2010, she worked for The Wall Street Journal, where her assignments included reporting on the financial crisis out of New York and covering South Asian business and politics from Mumbai. She spent seven years in Asia, based first in Hong Kong and then in India, where she wrote about a wide range of topics, from the massacre of the royal family in Nepal to the Kashmir dispute to discrimination against HIV-positive children. She won the Young Journalist Award from the Society of Publishers in Asia. Joanna grew up in Toronto, attended Smith College, and completed two masters degrees from Columbia University.

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