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‘Black Communities Are Already Living in a Tech Dystopia’

Janine Jackson of the program CounterSpin interviews Ruha Benjamin on racism and technology on the publication of her new book Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code. The transcript and MP3 file can be reached by clicking…

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Denying Racism Supports It

Charles Blow notes that while many white Americans believe that that using the label “racist” is too often unwarranted, “[r]acism is actually under-identified and labeled in America.  And, I believe that too many of our white neighbors are choosing to…

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Confronting racist stereotypes in Princeton’s high school musical

Did you follow the controversy surrounding Princeton High School’s production of  “Anything Goes” in the spring?  Student Michaela Guo, who played in the orchestra and is Managing Editor of The Tower, the school newspaper, brought the issue to light in…

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Hopewell Valley Groups Partner for Evening of Community Engagement, June 14, 2019

In the quest to inspire community connections that spark ongoing relationships, Global Connections, Hopewell Valley Race & Diversity Discussion Group (HVRDDG), and the Global Peace Foundation will co-host an evening of community engagement catered by The Peasant Grill. This free…

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Tell Me Who You Are: Sharing Our Stories of Race, Culture, and Identity, June 5, 2019

Labyrinth and the Princeton Public Library invite you to be part of the book launch for Winona Guo and Priya Vulchi’s Tell Me Who You Are. Come listen to the co-authors and Princeton natives tell their story; and bring your…

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