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Latinos Back Black Lives Matter Protests. They Want Change for Themselves, Too.

Jennifer Medina reports on the complexities of Latino-Black relations in the context of current protests, highlighting intergroup support and conflict, common interests such as protection from police brutality, and colorism.  To read the full article, click here.

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Princeton University Faculty Letter re: Anti-Blackness

Faculty Letter July 4, 2020 Dear President Eisgruber, Provost Prentice, Deans Kulkarni and Dolan, Vice President for Campus Life Calhoun, and members of the Princeton Cabinet, Anti-Blackness is foundational to America. It plays a role in where we live and…

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Uncovering the Trauma of Racism, July 13 and 20, 2020

Psychologist Nathalie Edmond identifies the causes, symptoms, and impacts of racial trauma and explores strategies for healing on an individual and community level. In this two part series, on July 13 and 20, 7:00-8:30 pm, Dr. Natalie Edmond will help…

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Reading Comics about Race

Red Bank Public Library staff membeer, Matt Hershberger,  highlights comics and graphic titles that focus on issues of race and racism.  Click here to see his list.

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WNYC: Invention of Race and Talking to Children about Race, June 27, 2020

WNYC will air two programs about race and racism on Saturday, June 27.  At 2pm “The Invention of Race,” adapted from several episodes of the more in-depth 14-part series “Seeing White” on the Scene on Radio podcast. Click here for…

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