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Anti-Racist Rather than Inclusive Parenting

From Curious Parenting: I’ve gotten a lot of responses from parents asking why we need to teach anti-racism. Why can’t we just teach children to be kind and inclusive? The problem with strategies based solely on inclusivity and diversity is…

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Choosing “good” picture books featuring diverse (BIPOC) characters video

Embrace Race’s April 28 live session, Choosing “good” picture books featuring Black, Indigenous and People of Color characters is now available as a video.  and read our guests’ how-to action guide posted on our website. The transcript and more resources…

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Choosing “good” picture books featuring Black and Indigenous people and People of Color Webinar, April 28, 2020

If you’re a parent who understands the importance of finding picture books that feature Black and Indigenous People and People of Color (BIPOC) — offering children, as Dr. Rudine Sims Bishop phrased it, “mirrors and windows” to the world —…

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Portrait Unveiling Ceremony, September 20, 2019

The Princeton University Portraiture Nominations Committee invites you to an unveiling ceremony on 20 September 2019 in Chancellor Green Four of the eight portraits commissioned by the University at the recommendation of the Portraiture Nominations Committee (PNC) will be officially…

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Slow Going on Faculty Diversity

Nick Hazelrigg reports on a study, published by the Hispanic Journal of Law and Policy, which shows very little progress, particularly at research universities.  The study is based on federal data from 2013 to 2017.  To read the report, click…

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