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We’re Starting Early–6:30 for TONIGHT’s Continuing Conversation

Why are truth and reconciliation necessary goals for any racial democracy? Learn about the one documented lynching in New Jersey of Samuel “Mingo Jack” Johnson. Our next session of Continuing Conversations on Race and White Privilege at 6:30pm (please note earlier-than-usual…

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Princeton High School True Justice Screening, February 7, 2020

The “True Justice” screening and discussion is part of the celebration of the African American Read-In, which features the texts, talks, and discussions by and about African American authors and serve as a way to recognize and amplify their work.

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Bryan Stevenson Wants the U.S. to Face Its History

In the days leading up to Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jaime L of the New York Times interviews Bryan Stevenson about incarceration, American history, and Dr. King.  ” If we had done the work that we should have done…

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The Worst Thing We’ve Ever Done Download

On the Media’s Brooke Gladstone talks to the Equal Justice Initiative’s Bryan Stevenson about what inspired him to create The Legacy Museum and memorial and to historian Sir Richard Evans about the denazification process in Germany after World War.  To listen to…

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America’s First Memorial to the Victims of Lynching

Kriston Capps’ article in the Atlantic describes Bryan Stevenson’s Equal Justice Initiative’s memorial due to open in 2018, “the first such memorial in the U.S., and, its founders hope, it will show how lynchings of black people were essential to…

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