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Book Discussion: “I Hear My People Singing,” Thursday, October 12, 1 pm

On Thursday, October 12 at 1 pm, as part of the Princeton & Slavery Project, join Nell Irvin Painter, Edwards Professor of American History at Princeton University, for a discussion of Kathryn Watterson’s book “I Hear My People Singing: Voices of…

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The Civil Rights Movement: Through the Lens of Julius Lester, Panel Discussion and Reception, April 20 at 4:30 p.m.

Julius Lester, civil rights activist, author, and professor emeritus at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, photographed the black South and portions of the civil rights movement from 1964-68.  His photographs, which will be exhibited in the Bernstein Gallery of Robertson…

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30 Issues | Facing Whiteness

The Brian Lehrer Show on WNYC has devoted several segments to issues and actions regarding whiteness.  Guests have included Whitney Dow, filmmaker, educator, creator of The Whiteness Project, Nell Irvin Painter, Professor of American History Emerita at Princeton University and the…

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‘We need co-conspirators, not allies’: how white Americans can fight racism

Rose Hackman describes the kind of support people of color would like from white people.  For example, the pledge the Million Hoodies Movement for Justice asks non-black people to acknowledge “the existence of racism whether or not one is a…

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