Events, December 12 – 26, 2020

December 12 1:00 – 2:00 pm Family Workshop: Talking about Race and Racism with My Child

This workshop will be a prerequisite for a second series of workshops covering specific topics ranging from: Talking about Hope in Really Hard Times to Reading Books with My Kids Using a Critical Literacy Framework to Speaking Up in the Moment with My Kids. The final list and registration for the second series is forthcoming. Suggested minimum donation of $25.  Click here to register.

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December 15 7:00 pm The Art of Anti-Racism and Social Justice

Students in the class taught by Princeton U. alumna Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri have created short videos dedicated to public service and social justice. View the videos and join a conversation with special guests about the work and their perspectives on mobilizing anti-racism, equality, and social justice, moderated by Indrani and #WeThePlanet UN curator Kunal Sood. Click here for free, required registration.

December 20 3:00 pm We Are Still Here: Caribbean Indigenous Peoples

Presentations by the Kasibahagua Taíno Cultural Society and a panel discussion on contemporary Indigenous Peoples from Borikén (Puerto RIco), Dominica, Barbados, and Guyana. For free registration click here.

December 26 3:00 pm Blacks at the Battles of Trenton

Presentation by Algernon Ward Jr. about “Blacks at The Battles of Trenton,” which will explore the roles of African Americans in the operation of The Old Barracks as a home for soldiers and a military hospital. Tune in on Zoom or Facebook Live. Register online.

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