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ROMUS BROADWAY: THROUGH HIS LENS; A Personal Visual History, November 18, 2019

On Monday, November 18 at 10:30 a.m. at the Princeton Senior Resource Center (45 Stockton Street, Suzanne Patterson Building, Princeton) Romus Broadway will chronicle his experience living in a Princeton that was once segregated and discuss his version of that history. Mr. Broadway’s powerful visual…

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Princeton University Art Exhibits, Fall, 2018

Two relevant shows are on exhibit at Princeton University. Civil Rights in Comics, Bernstein Gallery, Robertson Hall. Open through November 15, 2018 The exhibition features two comic books: Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story (1958), and March (2013-16), a…

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Facial Recognition is Accurate, If You’re a White Guy

While some facial recognition software can identify gender, the accuracy of its results varies by skin tone and gender, accurate 99 percent of the time if the photo is of white men, but erroneous up to 35 per cent of…

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Confronting Racism with Technology: One School’s Story

Inspired by a talk by Not in Our Town presenter and supporter Ruha Benjamin about the ways in which technology facilitates oppression, Minnesota teachers Andy Charrier and Rebecca Bauer developed a program for their students to confront and talk about…

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Photographer Wendel A. White Finds Beauty in a Haunted Past

In the current issue of U.S. 1, Ilene Dube describes the Wendel A. White exhibition at the New Jersey State Museum. “Entering the Wendel White exhibit at the New Jersey State Museum, one gets a sensation similar to that when…

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