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What Catholic Church records tell us about America’s earliest black history

“For most Americans, black history begins in 1619, when a Dutch ship brought some “20 and odd Negroes” as slaves to the English colony of Jamestown, in Virginia. Many are not aware that black history in the United States goes…

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Mercer County Hispanic Festival 2018, September 13-16, 2018

“This years theme is “We Lift Trenton Together” Lets show how with music, great food and culture we can make the world a happier place …come with the whole family specially September 13th for Grandparents night where we will be…

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Why Talented Black and Hispanic Students Can Go Undiscovered

In this New York Times article, Susan Dynarski describes how a new screening system identified significantly more gifted black and Hispanic children than occurred when schools relied on teacher and parent referrals.

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Dear White People/Queridos Gringos: You Want Our Culture But You Don’t Want Us – Stop Colonizing The Day Of The Dead

Right in line with last night’s Continuing Conversation on Race and White Privilege that focused on the current movie Dear White People, the author Aya de Leon criticizes white misuse of a sacred Latino celebration, Day of the Dead.

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