Not In Our Town Princeton


Denying Racism Supports It

Charles Blow notes that while many white Americans believe that that using the label “racist” is too often unwarranted, “[r]acism is actually under-identified and labeled in America.  And, I believe that too many of our white neighbors are choosing to…

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Soul Work: Healing Racial Trauma, June 2-3, 2017 Conference.

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Police Violence: American Epidemic, American Consent

Charles Blow wisely places the most recent shooting deaths of black men by police against the background of systemic racism.  “We keep talking about choices, but we don’t talk nearly enough about the fact that choices are always made within…

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Black Dads Are Doing Best of All

Charles Blow analyzes the statistics and challenges the myths of negligent African American fathers in his June 8, 2015 New York Times column.

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Of Museums and Racial Relics by Charles Blow

In his May 11, 2015 column, Charles Blow quotes first lady Michelle Obama at the opening of the new Whitney Museum in New York about the message the inclusive exhibit sends to young people, who have felt excluded from cultural…

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