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The Neutral Ground–Catching up

If you missed the July 14 screening and discussion of The Neutral Ground, which explored the lasting power of the Confederate story, through monuments, re-enactments, and rallies, you’re in luck.  You can view the 90-minute POV documentary free of charge…

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Going Deeper With The 1619 Project

From the Pulitzer Center: “Today [July 13] marks the start of the Pulitzer Center’s three-month engagement with The 1619 Project on Lift Black Voices, the Facebook hub for discussing issues of importance to the Black community in America. . ….

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Selections to Read, Watch, Listen, Learn about Race, Racism, and Anti-Racism from December, 2020

How to Be an Antiracist Educator Social and emotional learning (SEL) practitioner-scholar Dena Simmons recommends five actions “to confront the harm of racism:” 1. Engage in Vigilant Self-Awareness; 2. Acknowledge Racism and the Ideology of White Supremacy; 3. Study and…

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Rev. Dr. John Norwood, Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape at La Convivencia, November 7, 2020

If you missed hearing Rev. Dr. Norwood discuss the history and current life of New Jersey’s Native American Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape tribe, click here for a video of the presentation and here for information about La Convivencia. Rev. Norwood shared a…

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Matt Desmond & New Eviction Tracking Tool, TODAY, June 22, 2020

While race is not specifically referenced in the description of this program, it’s inevitably a piece of the fallout from COVID-19, housing and homelessness.  Matt Desmond is a Princeton University professor and expert on evictions. Register to participate in today’s…

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