What It Takes to Be Racially Literate

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Not in Our Town is excited about the recently released TEDWomen Talk by Winona Guo and Priya Vulchi, Princeton High School 2017 graduates, founders of CHOOSE, recipients of the Not in Our Town Unity Award, and former members of the Not in Our Town board.  Winona and Priya have spent their gap year visiting all 50 states and recording people’s stories about their experiences of race for their new book.  As they say in their talk, it takes both the heart and the mind to become racially literate.  The stories and facts in their book will “teach us how [to] better communicate, live together, and love one another by raising our standards for racial literacy.”

Click here to hear their talk.

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