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Satire or ? Dear White People

Dear White People, currently showing at the Garden Theater, is the topic for Continuing Conversations on Race on Monday, November 3,  facilitated by Roberto Schiraldi and Simona Brickers. All are welcome to this safe, confidential opportunity to discuss sensitive and important…

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Service of Remembrance for Young Victims of Gun Violence, Saturday, November 1, 2014

In Remembrance The Chancel Choir and friends of Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church will remember those young people slain by gun violence with words and music intended to comfort and inspire.  Saturday, November 1, 2014, 6:00 p.m. A pre-concert presentation and discussion…

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Little Rock–Performances Extended to November 2

Passage Theatre in Trenton is doing a play on Little Rock, the famous school desegregation case that cracked the Jim Crow rules. A powerful, real life drama.  Each actor plays and sings superbly. The play closes October 26 Sunday, November…

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Continuing Conversation: Dear White People

Continuing Conversations on Race will discuss the film satire  “Dear White People” on Monday, November 3, at 7 p.m.  at the rinceton Public Library. This monthly discussion is a safe, confidential place to discuss sensitive subjects. Try to catch the movie at…

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From Little Rock — to the Moral Monday Rally

Originally posted on Princeton Comment:
Passage Theatre in Trenton is doing a play on Little Rock, the famous school segregation case that cracked the Jim Crow rules. The play closes October 26, the day before the Moral Monday Rally, sponsored…

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