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“Woodrow Wilson’s Legacy: Wrestling With History;” installation with public discussion, October 5, 2019

“All the earliest Presidents of the United States, except John Adams and John Quincey Adams, were enslavers.  But in terms of damage to African Americans, Andrew Johnson and Woodrow Wilson are at the top of the list.  Johnson, who after…

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“The Work of Several Lifetimes,” September 19 through November 17, 2019

This exhibition in the Hurley Gallery, Lewis Arts complex on the Princeton University campus of new work created over the past year by recent Hodder Fellow Mario Moore includes etchings, drawings, and large-scale paintings of Black men and women who…

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Portrait Unveiling Ceremony, September 20, 2019

The Princeton University Portraiture Nominations Committee invites you to an unveiling ceremony on 20 September 2019 in Chancellor Green Four of the eight portraits commissioned by the University at the recommendation of the Portraiture Nominations Committee (PNC) will be officially…

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The Clear Connection Between Slavery And American Capitalism by Dina Gerdeman

As seen by the number of posts today [more to come], last night’s Continuing Conversation about reparations was extremely engaging.  Caroline Clarke did a magnificent job educating the audience about conditions imposed on the African American community far beyond slavery….

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Christianity and White Supremacy: Heresy and Hope, March 29-30, 2019

A conference to be held at Princeton University, March 29 – 30, 2019.   Registration is now open. Click here for more info about the conference.

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