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Reading Is Only a Step on the Path to Anti-Racism

While librarian Nicole A. Cooke did compile a website Anti-Racism Resources for All Ages in response to requests for materials to explain to white children events around George Floyd’s murder and other deaths, she explains why reading is not enough….

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Princeton Summer Theatre Book Club 2020: Black Voices in Theatre

Dear Princeton Summer Theater community, In our continued commitment to fostering diversity and anti-racism in our community, we are starting a virtual book club focusing on Black playwrights, entitled “Black Voices in Theatre.” Each book club meeting will be have…

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Raising Antiracist Kids, June 18, 2020

Labyrinth Books Princeton joins Haymarket Books and the Antiracist Research and Policy Center at American University in inviting you to a book launch with the author of “AntiRacist Baby” (Kokila Books; on sale June 16, 2020; ages 0-3). Ibram X….

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Current issues information: free ebooks for limited time

Looking to bone up on issues relating to race and policing?  Take advantage of the following publishers’ offers. Duke University Press Staff-curated syllabi of incisive work on some of today’s most critical issues. All journal articles and issues in these…

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Choosing “good” picture books featuring diverse (BIPOC) characters video

Embrace Race’s April 28 live session, Choosing “good” picture books featuring Black, Indigenous and People of Color characters is now available as a video.  and read our guests’ how-to action guide posted on our website. The transcript and more resources…

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