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Wanted: Volunteer production assistants for documentary about New Jersey lynching

New Jersey Social Justice Remembrance Coalition, a partner of the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, AL, is hosting a Soil Collection Event in remembrance of Samuel “Mingo Jack” Johnson, the victim of New Jersey’s only documented lynching, in 1886. https://www.njremembrance.org…

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AAPI Voices, Past and Present, October 18, 2021

Alison Roh Park and Angel Velasco Shaw lead an interdisciplinary exploration of Asian American and Pacific Islander experiences in the United States. Access the event through the Princeton Public Library’s Crowdcast channel. Click “Save my spot!” to register. For centuries,…

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Events, October 12 – 31, 2021

Continue checking this post for updates and additional events. October 12 – 24, 2021 Princeton Environmental Film Festival (PEFF) Princeton Public Library has 34 films (features and shorts) with one in-person screening  at the library on Oct. 15.  The PEFF…

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Selections to Read, Watch, Listen, Learn about Race, Racism, and Anti-Racism from August, 2021

Black American History Clint Smith, poet, educator, and author of  How the Word is Passed, presents brief lessons in African American history on the Crash Course Youtube channel. The Roots of Structural Racism Project: Twenty-First Century Racial Residential Segregation in…

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New Jersey Supreme Court: “Commitment to Eliminating Barriers to Equal Justice”

The New Jersey Supreme Court announced “specific interim goals that the New Jersey Judiciary will strive to achieve within the next year . . . to identify, confront, and seek to   remedy institutional bias and inequality.”  The steps in the…

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