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Black Lives Matter: The State of Activism Five Years After Eric Garner’s Death

Five years after the death of Eric Garner at the hands of NYC police, Tanzina Vega, host of The Takeaway, conducts a roundtable discussion on how the Black Lives Matter movement has evolved.  Participants include Wesley Lowery, a national reporter…

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Racial Battle Fatigue: In This Time of Turmoil, Continuing Conversation, TUESDAY, September 4, 2018, 6:30 pm

Is fighting the good fight getting you down?  You are not alone.  Dr. Don Trahan, Jr., Director of Student Diversity & Inclusion at The College of New Jersey, will address social determinants of mental health in ourselves, our community and…

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Film: “Standing on my Sisters Shoulders,” August 8, 2018

On Wednesday, August 8, Not in Our Town Princeton is co-sponsoring with the Princeton YWCA its final Stand Against Racism Summer Series event, a screening of “Standing on my Sister’s Shoulders” in partnership with the Princeton Public Library. “Standing on…

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Equity Literacy Initiative founder shares tips

Paul C. Gorski, founder of the Equity Literacy Initiative (equityliteracy.org) recently shared these tips on his Facebook page: According to activists of color I interviewed for a study on burnout in racial justice activists, white activists must prepare themselves better…

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