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Continuing Conversation: Dear White People

Continuing Conversations on Race will discuss the film satire  “Dear White People” on Monday, November 3, at 7 p.m.  at the rinceton Public Library. This monthly discussion is a safe, confidential place to discuss sensitive subjects. Try to catch the movie at…

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John Gager, Freedom Rider, Nov. 9

“By pushing the boundaries, the civil-rights protests opened up space where people could think and act differently.”

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Racial Parenting Divide? October 6 Continuing Conversation

When Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson disciplined his 4 year old son with a switch, it revealed the differences in child-rearing practices based on cultural, historic, religious and socio-economic factors. Britney Cooper says in Slate that corporal punishment is considered good parenting…

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Contrast: "Black Girl Next Door" and "Precious"

Jennifer Baszile’s wonderfully written, evocative book “The Black Girl Next Door” provoked lively discussion on February 1 at the “Continuing Conversations on Race & White Privilege” at the Princeton Public Library. To quote the library’s blurb, “Baszile’s memoir is about…

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