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DeAnza A. Cook

The content displayed on this website comes from DeAnza Cook's original history thesis titled "Policing the Black Urban Underclass: The Untold Story of Broken Windows Policing, 1967-1994." DeAnza Cook graduated from the University of Virginia in May 2017. Cook is currently a Ph.D. student of American History at Harvard University. DeAnza began this webpage as a student participant in the University of Virginia's "Lib"ratory program under Ronda Grizzle in the Scholar's Lab and Research Center in Alderman Library. 

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