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Events, Week of July 28, 2020

July 28 7 – 9 pm Uncovering the Trauma of Racism, Part 2 with Dr. Nathalie Edmond.  This event was rescheduled from July 20.  Click here if registering for the first time. 8:30 pm Raising Multiracial Children, Part 2: Dismantling…

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Current issues information: free ebooks for limited time

Looking to bone up on issues relating to race and policing?  Take advantage of the following publishers’ offers. Duke University Press Staff-curated syllabi of incisive work on some of today’s most critical issues. All journal articles and issues in these…

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#SayTheirNames Funeral Procession & Call to Action, May 28, 2020

The #SayTheirNames Funeral Procession aims to pay respect to all those who have needlessly passed away due to government inaction and demand the governor and state officials act before more people die. We demand that people are released and conditions are…

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Art in the Age of Mass Incarcertion, May 13, 2020

  At 6 pm on May 13, Nicole Fleetwood and Ruha Benjamin will be in conversation through Labyrinth and the Library Live-Streaming about Fleetwood’s new book, Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration, “a powerful document of the…

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“College Behind Bars” by Lynn Novick

The Bard Prison Initiative provides a rigorous college education for a small number of prisoners in New York State.   Starting on Monday, November 25 at 9 p.m., on PBS (Check local listings.) and continuing over four weeks, this mini-series…

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