Not In Our Town Princeton


Diversity Isn’t “Being in the Room” — It’s Whites Giving Up Their Seats

Ernest Owens explains “exactly what it will mean for people of color to have a seat at the table and ensure true diversity.”

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The Faces of American Power

The New York Times provides an illustration of pictures being worth thousands of words.

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‘color-blindness’ a privilege only for white people

‘At this moment in history, being color-blind is a privilege available only to white people. Non-white people do not have the luxury of pretending that color can be ignored.’ So wrote journalism professor Robert Jensen in the Kansas City Business…

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