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Category: Continuing Conversations

Reaction to the Oscars re the “N” Word

John Ridley won the Oscar for best screen play for 12 Years a Slave. In an Esquire article back in 2006, he gave insights on the use of the N word. Click here for the article. Here is an excerpt:…

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Continuing Conversation Reinstated

Because the Big Storm did NOT come to Princeton, NIOT will facilitate an informal Continuing Conversations about Race on Monday, March 3, at 7 p.m., in the Princeton Public Library’s Princeton Room. Don Stryker and LeRhonda Greats will facilitate. (We…

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To spread the news about racial justice, ask for a supply of these Not in Our Town Princeton bookmarks. Comment on this post and we will send you some.

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February Not-to-miss Events

February is the usual time to discuss black history and the fight against racism, and here are some opportunities. Tim Wise, known for his landmark book White Like Me, will speak at the Carl Fields Center on Monday, February 10,…

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Roberto Schiraldi and Fern Spruill: April 7

THIS CONTINUING CONVERSATION WAS POSTPONED, DUE TO WEATHER. iT WILL TAKE PLACE ON APRIL 7. Roberto Schiraldi and Fern Spruill will moderate Continuing Conversations on Race and White Privilege on Monday, February 3, at 7 p.m. at the Princeton Public…

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