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“Why are racists still a thing?” by Linda Oppenheim

“Why are racists still a thing?” This is the question I saw early this morning on Facebook. It startled me because I think about racism every day, read about racism every day, hear about racism every day. The existence of…

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Multicultural Counseling Conference 10/23

“Girls to Women: Honoring Women’s Sacred Journey through a Multicultural Lens, ” sponsored by the New Jersey Counseling Association, will be Friday, October 23.  Roberto Schiraldi, a conference organizer and a panel moderator, is on the board of NIOT Princeton….

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Stand Against Racism: from 2007 to 2015

  An event that began eight years ago in Princeton and Trenton — demonstrations for Stand Against Racism day — has grown exponentially and is now the signature campaign for the national YWCA. Not in Our Town (NIOT) wishes to…

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Report: Dialogue on Race at the library

Ninety-nine percent of the time, NIOT’s Continuing Conversations on Race are considered confidential. For the special session called to discuss the Ferguson situation, everyone present voted to welcome a reporter, Linda Arntzenius, who wrote a wonderful account of the evening:…

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