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Kids Who Die

It’s been 77 years since civil rights activist and poet Langston Hughes wrote his chilling poem “Kids Who Die,” which illuminates the horrors of lynchings during the Jim Crow era. Now, as we approach the one-year anniversary of Michael Brown’s death and…

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White Privilege: Naomi Zack

“It’s not so much that being white confers privilege but that not being white means being without rights in many cases. Not fearing that the police will kill your child for no reason isn’t a privilege,” says Naomi Zack, “It’s…

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After the Rally — Continue the Conversation

If you were at the rally on Saturday, here is the Times of Trenton article and an array of photos.  The photos are available for purchase. Whether or not you were able to attend, here is an opportunity to continue…

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Just in Time conference

RESPONDING TO THE TURMOIL IN FERGUSON, the United Methodist Church’s Greater New Jersey Conference will hold a “Just in Time” conversation about race on Saturday, August 30, 9 to 3:30 p.m. at Turning Point United Methodist Church, 15 South Broad…

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Parade and Rally: Justice for Mike Brown

The Princeton community will host a parade and rally to insist on Justice for Mike Brown and to share our common grief, dismay, anger, and our commitment to future change. All are invited in solidarity and determination to fight for…

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