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Race, Culture, and Faith: Inter-generational Dialogue for Unity, May 18, 2019

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Two Princeton High School Seniors Are Out to Further Racial Literacy

Anne Levin’s Town Topics article reports on Princeton CHOOSE founders and Not in Our Town board members, Winona Guo and Priya Vulchi, and the new edition of The Classroom Index, the publication of “personal stories . . . to empower…

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TONIGHT! Film screening, diversity dialogue with director Lee Mun Wah

Lee Mun Wah, an internationally renowned Chinese American documentary filmmaker and diversity trainer, will participate in a screening of his documentary “If These Halls Could Talk,” which features 11 college students discussing their struggles to be understood, at 8 p.m….

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Before Starbucks, Bronx Cafe Blended Coffee and Race Dialogue

“Months before Starbucks’s much-derided “Race Together” initiative, [Vernicia Colon] ran the Mix Coffeehaus, a South Bronx pop-up shop that used the act of ordering coffee to get customers to explore their own racial identity.”

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