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“Race, Space, and Place” Racial Segregation Talk, January 26, 2017

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This is Why You Hate Me

The places with the most immigrants voted against the anti-immigrant candidate. They don’t hate and fear immigrants because they live with them. The parties didn’t fall for the caricaturized version of each other because they know each other. If we’re…

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Building One New Jersey Policy Forum on Race, Place and Opportunity on December 16, 2016

“Our conversation on December 16 will explore the intersection of these forces and make a compelling case that the enduring legacy and current crisis of racial and economic segregation in our society is preventing all of us from realizing our…

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U.S. History of “Racial Terrorism” Justifies Reparations.

A study by the United Nations’ Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent concludes “In particular, the legacy of colonial history, enslavement, racial subordination and segregation, racial terrorism and racial inequality in the United States remains a serious…

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What Woodrow Wilson Cost My Grandfather by Gordon J. Davis

In a November 24, 2015 op-ed, Gordon J. Davis illustrates the harm President Woodrow Wilson did to African Americans through his re-segregation of the federal government and the dismantling of gains made through Reconstruction.

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