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Category: Podcast


What 10 Students Learned From Having To Say Their Worst Thoughts On Race Out Loud

In 1973, Peter Kranz taught a class at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville called “Human Conflict: Black and White.”  “Here was a teacher who decided the only way to make racial progress was for students of different races…

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“No White Saviors,” Layla Saad’s Good Ancestor Podcast, February 27, 2020

Join the watch party and the discussion at the Princeton YWCA (59 Paul Robeson Place) on Thursday, February 27, 2020 @ 6:00  – 8:00 PM. Host Layla F. Saad speaks with Olivia Alaso and Kelsey Nielsen. Both are social workers…

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Slavery in the President’s Neighborhood

While it is fairly well known that the White House was constructed by free and enslaved African Americans, The White House Historical Association brings to light the lives of those who lived in and near the building in its online…

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Evanston, Ill., Has A Reparations Plan

On NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday, Evanston, Illinois Alderwoman Robin Rue Simmons describes the town’s plan to use a portion of the taxes collected on the sale of recreational marijuana to help African American residents who are being priced out of…

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The real history of the first Thanksgiving

On the 400th anniversary of the first Thanksgiving, for some Native people, it’s a Day of Mourning.  On Radio Times, Historian DAVID SILVERMAN tells the story of contact between the Wampanoag and the Plymouth colonists from the Indian perspective in…

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