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Implicit Bias and American History

Chernoh Sesay Jr. illustrates how applying the social psychology concept of implicit bias to “historical studies of race, human bondage, and post-slavery, might . . . open new revelations and pose new remedies for the issue of race in the…

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YWCA-Princeton Intergenerational Discussions on Race: LGBTQ+ Community and Race, February 27, 2018

Judy Jarvis, Director of the LGBT Center at Princeton University will lead the discussion of LGBTQ+ Community and Race to explore ways that the LGBTQIA community and its allies can talk more authentically about race and racism. Students, faculty, staff,…

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The Half-Life of Freedom: Jelani Cobb, November 28, 2017

“Jelani Cobb, renowned staff writer at The New Yorker, will deliver a lecture entitled “The Half Life of Freedom: Race & Justice in America Today.” Cobb will provide an up-to-the-moment breakdown of the complex dynamics of race and justice in…

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11-Step Guide to Understanding Race, Racism, and White Privilege by Jon Greenberg

Educator Jon Greenberg has updated his Curriculum for White Americans to Educate Themselves on Race and Racism – from Ferguson to Charleston  in the form of a step-by-step guide as a primer for white Americans to study and learn about…

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Ruha Benjamin Leads Discussion about Einstein on Race and Racism, October 10, 7 pm

As part of the Princeton & Slavery Project, join Ruha Benjamin, Associate Professor in African American Studies at Princeton University, for a discussion of Einstein on Race and Racism by Fred Jerome and Rodger Taylor at the Princeton Public Library, Princeton…

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