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Folded Map Project by Tonika Johnson

“Tonika Lewis Johnson’s Folded Map™ Project visually connects residents [map twins] who live at corresponding addresses on the North and South Sides of Chicago. She investigates what urban segregation looks like and how it impacts Chicago residents. . . ….

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She Hung Nooses on Halloween. What Happened Next Was Surprising

When on Halloween, thinking she was referencing a horror film, a white resident displayed brown paper cartoon figures hanging from nooses in a historically black neighborhood in Brooklyn, she learned about the harm caused by ignorance of American and African…

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The Subtle Linguistics of Polite White Supremacy by Yawo Brown

This essay appropriately follows the last Continuing Conversation (January 4, 2016) which focused on white supremacy.  Learn about Chad Crow, “the super chill grandson of Jim Crow.”  Among other things Yawo Brown clarifies the distinction between racism and prejudice, explaining…

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