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Category: Podcast

Policing in America

With NPR’s History Podcast ‘Throughline’ producers Rund Abdelfatah and Ramtin Arablouei, Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Harvard professor and author of The Condemnation of Blackness, summarizes the origins of policing in America in the slave patrols in the South, followed by the…

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For Black Men, Complying with Face Mask Guidelines Comes with Racial Profiling Risks

People’s blackness is criminalized.  Listen to  Aaron Morrison, national race and ethnicity writer for the Associated Press, and Rashawn Ray, David M. Rubenstein Fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution and an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University…

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Paul Robeson in Five Songs

Starting on Monday, March 30, 2020 and continuing through the week, BBC will present programs about Paul Robeson, based on five songs he was famous for performing.  Click here to hear the programs

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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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