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When African American youth hockey player received racial taunts from opponents, his team rallied around him.

NPR’s Noel King talked to a 13-year-old African-American hockey player and his father about a recent ice hockey tournament and how his teammates rallied around him, after they saw that he was being subjected to racist abuse from the opposing…

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The Brownsville Project: Community Dialogue, November 19, 2018

The Central Jersey Community Coalition invites you to “The Brownsville Project: Community Dialogue.” This NJ premiere of “The Brownsville Project” is an exciting opportunity to experience interactive theatre. Inspired by an invisible yet powerful overlap in their family history, Clory…

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The Eastern Shore of Maryland is the birthplace of many black revolutionaries. Why?

That Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass, both abolitionist leaders, were born a few miles apart on the Maryland Eastern Shore is not surprising.  The Washington Post article examines the elements that made this geographic region a wellspring of freedom for…

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