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The emotional impact of watching white people wake up to racism in real-time

While some white people have reached a new level of awareness of how destructive racism is, or are aware of it for the first time, black people are now dealing with both the direct impact of incidents like the murder…

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Odunde Festival, June 7 to 14, 2020

“For many black Philadelphians, Odunde is the unofficial start of summer. The country’s largest African American street festival, Odunde — a Yoruba word meaning “Happy New Year” — is a celebration of African culture typically held in Philadelphia the second…

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Swift and Direct Action Needed To Combat White Supremacy

Earlier this week, New Jersey Policy Perspective President Brandon McKoy outlined direct action that must be taken immediately to advance racial equity for New Jersey.  The steps include: Equitable state and local budgets that require the wealthy to pay their…

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raceAhead: Ally Edition

Ellen McGirt produces Fortune’s raceAhead daily issue, which summarizes and links to articles about racism, especially in the corporate world.  Want to raise your awareness?  Sign up for her email by clicking here.  In today’s Ally Edition, she’s put together…

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N.J. police chief carries banner, helps lead march in peaceful protest of George Floyd killing

There are always choices to be made.  In Camden this weekend, the police chose to march with those protesting the killing of George Floyd on May 25 in Minneapolis.  Click here to read the article describing the police response, and…

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