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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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Anti-Racism Workshops

Want to go deeper in your anti-racism work? The Center for the Study of White American Culture is offering What White People Can Do About Racism, Fundamentals 2 in Titusville, NJ on Saturday, Feb. 17.  Click here for further information….

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Martin Luther King’s Radical Anti-Capitalism

Commemorating the 50th year since the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Dr. Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor notes that “[t]his anniversary offers new opportunities to engage King’s political thought, including his anti-capitalism and his repeated call for larger and deeper political struggle.”…

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Essay on Confederate Memorialization

The latest issue of Princeton University’s now-misnamed Alumni Weekly (it comes out monthly) includes an essay by Professor Tara Hunter entitled, “Confederate Memorialization and the Problems of Moral Equivalency.” White Southerners began honoring the rebel military just after the war…

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Official Statement Condemning Recent Incident of Hate Speech

When racist and anti-Semitic slurs appeared on an 8th grade web-based project, Princeton government and religious leaders produced the statement below.  Superintendent Steve Cochrane published a statement earlier on behalf of the school district.  To read that statement, click here….

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