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Links 1 through 2 of 2 by Latoya Peterson tagged maleprivilege

"But today, the French media was warned not to show such pictures because under French law, airing any image of someone restrained is illegal until they've been convicted, in an attempt to preserve presumed innocence, the Wall Street Journal reports. What's not frowned upon, though, as it is in the United States, is publishing the name of the alleged victim, whose life and family are now up for scrutiny in the French press (and on the internet). More inside Press Clips, our daily media column. "In the case of Strauss-Kahn, in which an African immigrant's word is pitted against that of one of the world's most powerful men, this concept of anonymity-as-equity should be more obvious than ever. "

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"And what role did race play in my invisibility? It most definitely played some part. I am sure he thought I was Asian. An Asian-American not an Asian immigrant and I’m certain he did not think I was black. How different would his interaction with me have been depending on how he perceived my ethnicity?"

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