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A Requiem by Emily Mann, Community Play Reading, November 14, 2018

McCarter Theatre Center (91 University Place, Princeton NJ) invites any and all people from surrounding communities to join in a participatory community reading of Greensboro: A Requiem on Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 6:30 pm.  This documentary play was written in…

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“Accidental Courtesy” Movie Screening, March 4, 2018

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How Dick Gregory Forced The FBI To Find The Bodies Of Three Civil Rights Workers Slain In Mississippi

The late Dick Gregory, comedian, political candidate, civil and human rights activist, was a hero, never adequately honored.  Click here to read the article by David Dennis, Jr., whose father was Mississippi director for the Congress of Racial Equality during…

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A College and Klan Traditions

An article about Wesleyan College  in Macon, Ga., where traditions of the Ku Klux Klan once played a key role in campus life, includes examples of KKK influence in other higher education institutions in the United States.

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Hateful Activities in Nearby NJ Communities

Distribution of fliers from the Ku Klu Klan in Cinnaminson and a racially charged social media post created by a white Nottingham High School student at a Black History Month assembly occurred this week.

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