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‘Black Communities Are Already Living in a Tech Dystopia’

Janine Jackson of the program CounterSpin interviews Ruha Benjamin on racism and technology on the publication of her new book Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code. The transcript and MP3 file can be reached by clicking…

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Experts Question Corporate Inclusion Training

After singer SZA reported that she was racially profiled at a California Sephora cosmetics store, the company shut down all their stores for a one-hour diversity training for all its 16,000 employees.   Reporter Karen Grigsby Bates questioned experts about…

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Continuing Conversation on Race and White Privilege, May 6, 2019

On Monday, May 6th at 7pm in the Princeton Public Library’s Community Room, we will have an opportunity to hear an update on the fight against racially discriminatory housing practices from Rev. Eric Dobson. Rev. Dobson is outreach coordinator for…

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Not in Our Town Princeton’s Board Members Presenting at the YWCA Stand Against Racism

On Thursday, April 25, at the YWCA Princeton’s 2019 Stand Against Racism, NIOT Princeton board members, Caroline Clarke and Joanne Parker, presented.  “Black girls experience age compression starting at age 5. A study by Georgetown Center on Poverty explained that…

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Black travelers had every reason to fear N.J., but you wouldn’t know it from ‘Green Book.’

Kathleen O’Brien rightly notes the limitations of the Oscar-nominated movie Green Book, which tells the story of the friendship between pianist Dr. Don Shirley and his chauffeur Tony Lip and depicts segregation in accommodations in the South in the 1950s. …

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