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Mississippi Woman Fosters Candid Conversations About Race

In this segment, Susan Glisson, former director of the William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation at the University of Mississippi, is fostering frank conversations about race in communities and boardrooms around the country.

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On Social Media, As In Life, White People Are Way Less Likely To Talk About Race

Gene Demby of NPR’s Code Switch reports on “New data from the Pew Research Center [that] strongly suggests that . . . white people really are much less likely to talk about racial issues on social media.”  He quotes Monica…

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Social Network Nextdoor Moves To Block Racial Profiling Online

Nextdoor, a social network, has decided to block users from publishing certain posts, specifically when they appear to be racial profiling.

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How Do You Talk With Young People About Police-Related Violence?

Kevin Washington, president of the Association of Black Psychologists, and Camille Cooper from the Yale University Child Study Center, speak with Robin Young on the public radio program Here & Now about talking to young people about police-related violence.  The…

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Forgotten History: How The New England Colonists Embraced The Slave Trade

Wendy Warren, Assistant Professor of History at Princeton University, is interviewed by Terry Gross on Fresh Air about her book New England Bound and slavery in colonial New England. “The early colonists imported African slaves and enslaved and exported Native Americans.”

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