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My fellow white Americans.

The author of this blog posted images from the white nationalist march in Charlottesville, Virginia last night protesting the removal of a Confederate statue.  She writes “Imagine for just one second that these protestors were black. . . . This…

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IF YOUR HALLS COULD TALK by Lee Mun Wah

The following essay by Lee Mun Wah cites school incidents remarkably similar to those that have happened over the past year in Princeton.  Thank you to NIOT board member Roberto Schiraldi for bringing it to our attention. Recently, in a…

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Epidemic of Racist Incidents

Scott Jaschiks lists some of the racial incidents that have proliferated on college and university campuses across the country at the beginning of the 2016 school year.

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What Do You DO?

Friends, when we find ourselves faced with racist or discriminatory speech and/or actions, what do we DO? Recently, Princeton HS sophomore Jamaica Ponder was horrified to see a series of images shared on social media which depicted a game amongst…

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Racism & Anti-Semitism: November 4

Professor Doug Massey will discuss “Origins of Racism and Anti-Semitism” on Tuesday, November 4, at 4:30 p.m. in Carl A. Fields Center Room 105. It is co-sponsored by the Black Jewish Dialogue and the Center for Jewish Life. Kosher snacks…

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