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Category: Opinion


Charles M. Blow: Not Obama’s Doing, Simple Result of His Being

Racism is a virus that is growing clever at avoiding detection. Race consciousness is real. Racial assumptions and prejudices are real. And racism is real. But these realities can operate without articulation and beneath awareness. For those reasons, some can…

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Blood Sport — Safe Workplace? Incognito vs Martin

  Clarence Lang wrote this piece, Race, Class, Labor and the (not so) Incognito Controversy. Lang quotes Jason Whitlock, ESPN sportswriter, who said that black Dolphins players granted “honorary black” status to Incognito while feeling little connection to Martin, “a…

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Down in the Chapel — in the Penitentiary

Joshua Dubler Down in the Chapel: Religious Life in an American Prison Sunday, November 17th @ 3PM _________________________________________________ Joshua Dubler has written a bold and provocative interpretation of the most religiously vibrant place in America – a state penitentiary. He…

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The Nigga Certification Program: Dr. Eddie Moore Jr.

 THIS ANNOUNCEMENT WAS INCORRECT. THE TALK IS AT 5:30, NOT 7:30 The Carl Fields Center will host Dr. Eddie Moore Jr. , director of diversity at Brooklyn Friends School, on Thursday, November 14, at 5:30 p.m. His topic: The Nigga…

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Support Tuition Equality (Bills A 4225, A3162, S2479)

PRINCETON HUMAN SERVICES COMMISSION ADOPTS RESOLUTION SUPPORTING TUITION EQUALITY IN NEW JERSEYOctober 21, 2013 The Princeton Human Services Commission (PHSC), at its October 16 meeting, adopted a resolution supporting bills A4225, A3162 and S2479, which are now before the Assembly…

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