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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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Moral Monday Rally

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Racism & Anti-Semitism: November 4

Professor Doug Massey will discuss “Origins of Racism and Anti-Semitism” on Tuesday, November 4, at 4:30 p.m. in Carl A. Fields Center Room 105. It is co-sponsored by the Black Jewish Dialogue and the Center for Jewish Life. Kosher snacks…

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John Gager, Freedom Rider, Nov. 9

“By pushing the boundaries, the civil-rights protests opened up space where people could think and act differently.”

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