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Ahmaud Arbrey is another in the long line of killings of young black men by white male vigilantes

From Not in Our Town Princeton board member Caroline Clarke: Same ole Same ole…No where to run. No where to just be. Ahmaud Arbrey is another name in the long line of young black men killed by white male vigilantes….

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Long-Running Black History Show in a Library Basement

After scanning the timeline of Black history events that was distributed at meetings of the People’s Organization for Progress in Newark, NJ, and realizing that there were many people and events she did not know, Sandra Hayward determined that she…

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As we approach black history month…

What about observing a “whiteness history month” as this community college in Portland, Oregon did?

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Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry

Not in Our Town Princeton welcomes Tara Lake, historian, scholar artist, and educator, to the followers of this blog. Here is one of her posts, concerning curriculum, that may be of interest to our readers. It concerns Roll of Thunder, Hear My…

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Monday program at the Fields Center: debating (black) music: racial codes and American Islam. Feb 27, 6:30 pm

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