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I’m Done Debating Racism With the Devil

Maya Rupert explains why this tact is counterproductive in combating racism.  “White people are an absolutely crucial component in the discussion and actions that must take place in order for concrete progress to occur, particularly in the current political climate….

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Loveland Hall 2019 Summer Reading List

  Activist, writer, and lecturer, Rachel Cargle, is curator of the Loveland Hall 2019 Summer Reading list.  “This summer program ushers readers into a summer long journey of indulgent reading, engaging learning and meaningful action.”  Click here to register and receive…

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Talking About Race in Mostly White Schools

Ruha Benjamin, leader in racial literacy, encourages white people to interrogate their white spaces.  In this article, Leah Shafer supplies questions teachers in primarily white schools can use to frame the discussion.  

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Unpacking Whiteness, Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Take this opportunity to meet and discuss the book Waking Up White by Debby Irving and do some of the exercises from the book.  As organizer John Steele says, “Understanding and unpacking one’s own privilege is difficult, and almost impossible…

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Jen Cort: Talking about Discrimination, Racism and Other Tough Topics

On Thursday, April 28 at 7 pm, Not in Our Town is co-sponsoring a talk by educational consultant Jen Cort, who partners with schools to create growth in relation to diversity, discusses talking to children and teens about religious discrimination…

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