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Too Few Places to Talk About Race?

Noliwe Rooks, the associate director of Princeton’s newly rejuvenated Center for African American Studies: “There are still too few places where someone is taking responsibility for sharing accurate information about America and race. Someone needs to tell people about the…

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racism and white privilege

I’ve been thinking a lot about the difference between ‘being advantaged’ and ‘white privilege’. I think there is an important distinction. Being advantaged – or disadvantaged – usually is associated with having high/low socio-economic status. White privilege is something different….

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Continuing the Conversation

The dialogue on race and white privilege that began this spring at the Princeton Public Library continues on first Mondays. “Continuing Conversations on Race and White Privilege is co-sponsored by Not in Our Town. You do not need to have…

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my first post

You’re never too old to learn! I’m looking forward to continuing the discussions on race and white privilege that we started at the Library on November 2.

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Not in Our Town Goes Digital

With this post, NIOT begins a public blog. We hope the blog will help us communicate internally and externally. A bit of history: Not In Our Town grew out of the meetings held during 1998 and 1999 by concerned members…

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