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Journal Apologizes After Excluding Black Writers From Black Lives Matter Issue

Taryn Finley writes, “The Journal of Political Philosophy allotted more than 60 pages of its June issue to the [Black Lives Matter] movement, authored by three white professors. Two academics in African-American studies wrote open letters addressing the lack of…

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#Justice4Zamor

Marshall Zamor died on March 29 in NJ State Police custody. BLM-NJ (Black Lives Matter) is supporting the Zamor family as they seek answers from the police and the attorney general, who have refused to release video of the arrest…

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The Every 28 Hour Plays, October 24, 2016

“Every 28 Hours” is a theater project and national partnership inspired by the widely-shared and hotly-debated statistic that a black person is killed by the police, security guards, or neighborhood watch vigilantes every 28 hours in the United States. Conceived…

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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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“Democratic Virtue and #BlackLivesMatter”

The 10th annual Humanities Colloquium will take place from 1:30 to 4:20 p.m. Monday, Sept. 12, in 219 Aaron Burr Hall. Speakers include Eddie Glaude Jr., chair of the Department of African American Studies who will speak on “Democratic Virtue…

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