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Can Biology Class Reduce Racism?

A dozen teachers volunteered to participate in a study led by Brian Donovan, a science education researcher at the nonprofit BSCS Science Learning, to see the effect of inserting the topic of race and ancestry into science classrooms on students’…

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The Next Question; The Video Web Series Imagining How Expansive Racial Justice Can Be. October 24, 2019

The Princeton YWCA (59 Paul Robeson Place) continues its eight week series following The Next Question today, October 24 at 6 PM for part two of two with Andre Henry.  Screening and discussion will be held in the Bramwell House….

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The Next Question: The Video Web Series Imaging How Expansive Racial Justice Can Be

“Face-to-face conversations on the real topics of race and justice.  Our video web series starting October 6th [2019] engages leaders, activists, creatives, and thinkers imagining how expansive racial justice can be. Each week, hosts Austin Channing Brown, Chi Chi Okwu,…

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“When being right isn’t enough,” master class with Dr. Amanda Kemp, September 27, 2019

On Friday, September 27, 2019 at 9am, Amanda Kemp will be teaching a master class on how to talk about racism–especially when you disagree.  She writes: “I’m leading this free online class because I want to help you use your…

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Baseball’s Outsiders: Race and Gender in the Early Years, September 7, 2019

On Saturday, September 7 at 2 pm, join Dr. Leslie Heaphy for an enlightening afternoon highlighting both women’s baseball before 1915 and 19th century black baseball in New Jersey. In the 1890’s daring “bloomer girls” played baseball while the National…

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