Not In Our Town Princeton

Category: Video

Film screening, diversity dialogue with director Lee Mun Wah

Lee Mun Wah, an internationally renowned Chinese American documentary filmmaker and diversity trainer, will participate in a screening of his documentary “If These Halls Could Talk,” which features 11 college students discussing their struggles to be understood, at 8 p.m….

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WBGO Video Archives: Resources about People of Color

A couple of special collections from Boston’s WBGO OpenVault archives related to the history of people of color. Included are a 17-part coverage of the 1963 March on Washington, and Say Brother, WGBH’s longest-running public affairs television program by, for…

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Harvard’s GSE Student Speaker

Take five minutes to watch Donovan Livingston give the student graduation speech at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education this week.  

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Social justice events on May 12 and 18

At the Princeton Public library on Thursday, May 12, at 7 p.m. a film and discussion of “Elementary Genocide: the school to prison pipeline.”  Please note that this is on a different date than the one first posted here: At 20…

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Race on Campus: Two Responses

Patrick Sims, Vice Provost for Diversity and Climate at University of Wisconsin Madison, responded to a racial incident with a frank and powerful video.  Warning: He reads the note that includes offensive language.  It was slipped under the door of…

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