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Category: interview


Joyce J. Scott and David Finkel in Dialogue, November 17, 2017

At Grounds for Sculpture, discussion between artist Joyce J. Scott and Pulitzer Prize winning Washington Post National Enterprise Editor and Reporter, David Finkel will focus on “the artist’s lifelong desire to provoke and encourage conversations on topics including racism, classism,…

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Can America Heal Its Racial Wounds? We Asked Desmond Tutu and His Daughter

In an interview, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter the Rev. Mpho Tutu explain the role of Ubuntu, an ancient southern African belief . . . . [that] holds that individuals exist only in relationship with other living beings” in…

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Recording and Resources: Understanding Racial-Ethnic Identity Development

EmbraceRace has made available the audio, video, and transcript of their May 23, 2017 webinar with Dr. Sandra Chapman. They also link to the models and resources on Dr. Chapman’s website.

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Confronting Racism with Technology: One School’s Story

Inspired by a talk by Not in Our Town presenter and supporter Ruha Benjamin about the ways in which technology facilitates oppression, Minnesota teachers Andy Charrier and Rebecca Bauer developed a program for their students to confront and talk about…

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A ‘Forgotten History’ Of How The U.S. Government Segregated America

Terry Gross interviews Richard Rothstein, whose new book, The Color of Law, examines the local, state and federal housing policies that mandated segregation.

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