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A Shooter, His Victim and Race

nytimes.com — TAMPA, Fla. - IAN MANUEL is a black man who has spent most of his life in prison. Yet he still has a most unusual advocate calling for his release: a white woman whom he met when he shot her in the face.

A Poetry Contest About Race

kristof.blogs.nytimes.com — Do you fancy yourself a poet? Then post a poem about race below as a comment, and I'll pick the best ones and run them either in my column or in a new blog post. I did this years ago, with a poetry contest about the Iraq war, and I found many of the poems very moving.

Nicholas Kristof: What if whites were the minority?

What if Whites Were the Minority?

nytimes.com — In the responses to my "When Whites Just Don't Get It" series, I've been struck by the lack of empathy some whites show for members of minority groups. So imagine if the world were reversed. Then "the talk" might go like this: "Son, sit down.

Win a Trip 2015 - Video - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — The Op-Ed columnist Nicholas D. Kristof invites students to enter a contest for an international reporting trip in 2015.

Gifts That Inspire

nytimes.com — ALONG with falling leaves and first snows, it's time for my annual holiday gift guide, offering suggestions for presents with meaning. At a time of racial division and inequity in America, Equal Justice Initiative, eji.org, fights on behalf of low-income people snared unfairly by the justice system.

Win a Trip in 2015

kristof.blogs.nytimes.com — My Sunday column is my annual gift-giving guide, but at the end it also announces my next annual win-a-trip contest. Since 2006, I've been taking a student with me once a year on a reporting trip to the developing world.

Kristof: Animal abuse or just agribusiness?

hamptonroads.com — If you buy a Perdue chicken in the grocery store, you might think it had lived a comfortable avian middle-class existence. "Doing the right thing is things like treating your chickens humanely," Jim Perdue, the company's chairman, says in a promotional video.

Nicholas Kristof: Abusing the chickens we eat

sacbee.com — Why is our government giving its seal of approval to inhumane chicken-breeding methods in ways that seem to mislead consumers?

Abusing Chickens We Eat

nytimes.com — If you buy a Perdue chicken in the grocery store, you might think it had lived a comfortable avian middle-class existence. "Doing the right thing is things like treating your chickens humanely," Jim Perdue, the company's chairman, says in a promotional video.
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Dec 20, 2014

North Korea, Angrily Denying Sony Attack, Proposes Joint Investigation With U.S. nyti.ms/1wO5XBz That won't happen.

Dec 20, 2014

"Dog bites man" isn't a news story. "Dog shoots man" is. nbcnews.com/news/us-news/d… A rifle, no less.

Dec 19, 2014

They leaned in? RT @iDiplomacy: Obama called on 8 reporters at his presser today, all women wapo.st/1wuAeW5

Dec 19, 2014

In North Korea, I once stopped 2 kids on the street and asked them political questions. They replied--speaking in perfect unison.

Dec 19, 2014

Surprised that North Korea went nuts over a movie? Remember, Kim Jong Il kidnapped 2 South Korean stars to build his own film industry.

Dec 19, 2014

Bart Silverman, sports photographer extraordinaire, is retiring. Check out some of his pix nytimes.com/2014/12/19/spo… pic.twitter.com/E4fbhTQfi8

Dec 18, 2014

Lunch at SOPUDEP school in Haiti. We filmed there for A Path Appears, a new PBS documentary based on… instagram.com/p/ww7akQPriu/

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