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Category: Podcast


Four tips for talking to kids about Charlottesville

Psychologists Howard Stevenson (who spoke at the February 2017 Not in Our Town Continuing Conversation) and Tamar Chansky describe the conversations parents should be having with their children about  racial violence on WHYY’s Newsworks. Sort out your own feelings first….

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Other: Mixed Race in America

The Washington Post produced “this five-part miniseries will introduce you to stories of mixed race Americans who are grappling with questions about who they are, and what it means to be an American today.”  Listen to them here.

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The Battle to Define Native American Tribal Identity

On WNYC, Brooke Jarvis, contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine, discusses her article, “The Disenrolled” (online: “Who Decides Who Counts as Native American?”). Four years ago, the Nooksack in Washington state announced that they were expelling hundreds of members,…

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Bullying Prevention Month: Videos

NIOS offers daily videos in October to prevent bullying in schools

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Labyrinth Books Podcast Archive

Labyrinth, the Princeton independent bookstore, is making available recordings of scholars and authors who have spoken at their in-store events.  Among the available programs are: Dr. Cornel West and James H. Cone in Conversation Black Prophetic Fire, November 13th, 2014,…

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