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“A message that was consistently reaffirmed throughout the day was that students in their daily encounters at Oxford are made to feel different and Othered from the Oxford community. Hopefully this project will demonstrate that despite there being a greater number of students of colour studying at Oxford now than there has ever been before, there are still issues that need to be discussed,”
the site declared. “In participating in ‘I, Too, Am Oxford,’ students of colour are demanding that a discussion on race be taken seriously and that real institutional change occur.”
Episode Recap (Spoiler Alert!):
In this week’s episode, a saucy surveillance love triangle crops up between Florrick Agos, the Drug Enforcement Agency, and the National Security Agency. Well, technically it’s a rectangle because Lockhart Gardner is being surveilled too. Alicia’s drug smuggling client, Lemond Bishop, is at the center of it all.
Meantime, at the governor’s office, Marilyn hands over evidence of Peter Florrick’s election fraud issue to the Office of Public Integrity, setting the stage for Alicia and Will to face legal trouble, because they were his attorneys during the time in question.
As its title suggests, this week’s episode “traces” its roots to a real-life law enforcement process called parallel construction.
Parallel construction involves building a parallel evidentiary basis to