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City of Madison declares racism a public health crisis

The city of Madison signed on to a statewide resolution declaring racism as a public health crisis Tuesday.  “’I’m glad that someone is recognizing it as a health issue. . . .’ said Alexander Gee Jr., the president and founder…

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I’m Done Debating Racism With the Devil

Maya Rupert explains why this tact is counterproductive in combating racism.  “White people are an absolutely crucial component in the discussion and actions that must take place in order for concrete progress to occur, particularly in the current political climate….

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Howard Stevenson, “If Elephants Could Talk; Racial Literacy for Everyday Racism,” keynote of Rutgers GSAPP annual culture conference, October 25, 2019

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The white southerners who changed their views on racism

Donna Ladd reports on her interviews with white Mississippians who have changed how they understand white supremacy, symbols such as the Mississippi state flag, and interracial relationships.  To read her article, click here.

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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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