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Dear White People: About Botham Jean, Forgiveness, Justice, and Cheap Grace

Rev. Dr. Karyn Carlo, retired New York City Police Captain turned preacher, teacher, and theologian, reflects on the sentencing of Amber Guyger for the murder of Botham Jean.  “We don’t have to think about the thousands of lynchings, unjust crucifixions,…

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“When They See Us:” YWCA Princeton & Not in Our Town Princeton Screening & Discussion, August, 2019

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“Something Happened in Our Town”: Addressing Racial Injustice with Young Children. Tuesday, August 28, 2018

REGISTER TO JOIN this free, hour-long, online conversation with your EmbraceRace community, happening this coming Tuesday, August 28th, at 8:30 pm. The American Psychological Association recently published a powerful children’s book that also serves as a tool for talking about…

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Do we all have PTSD?: Mental health in an age of racial terror

Experience of both egregious acts of injustice and microaggressions and even visual exposure to such events causes racial trauma with the familiar symptoms of PTSD–depression,  fear based distrust of surroundings, anxiety, hyper alertness and angry outbursts when triggered.  While author…

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EJI 2018 History of Racial Injustice Calendar

 At a time when a more informed discussion of our nation’s history of racial inequality is clearly needed, EJI is pleased to announce this year’s calendar, which contains facts and images about our history that are not well known but…

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