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The Birthing While Black Movement, March 10, April 21, and May 12, 2018

 The purpose of “The Birthing While Black Movement” is to bring light to the Reproductive History of Black people and the impact that Slavery, Racism and White Supremacy Systems have had on birthing outcomes in the Black community. This SOLUTION-BASED…

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Erica Garner and How America Destroys Black Families

Following news of Erica Garner’s death, Kahana Cauley’s op ed in the New York Times provides numerous examples–from slavery, lynching, imprisonment, and the child protection system–of how the white supremacist system that governs the United States has afflicted and destroyed…

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A Dangerous Distortion of our Families: Representations of Families, by Race, in News and Opinion Media

Dr. Travis L. Dixon, Professor of Communication and the Communication Alumni Professorial Scholar University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, is the author of a report for the Color of Change, the national civil rights organization.  “The study analyzed relevant stories published…

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Does Condoning Racist Family Members Make You an Accessory to Their Bigotry?

In his essay in The Root, Jeremy Helligar relates incidents when friends and family have tolerated hateful attitudes they don’t share and challenges readers to step up and speak up.  Read the complete post by clicking here.

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REALITIES FACING CHILDREN IN UNDOCUMENTED AND MIXED-STATUS FAMILIES A conversation and Q&A with Dr. Cinthya Chin Herrera REGISTER HERE to join this FREE, online, community conversation on TUESDAY, July 25th at 5:30 pm PT/ 8:30 pm ET. Why We Gather. After a record-setting…

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