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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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Better Together Training, June 14, 2014

This program from Hopewell Valley Race & Diversity Group will begin with dinner.  Attendees are asked to bring a dessert and drinks.   Click here to access the registration page.

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Racial profiling is a problem in my community. Some of us are pushing back.

Shannon Cofrin Gaggero describes the racism problem in her so-called liberal neighborhood and how concerned residents responded.  “My neighborhood, like so many across the country, has a racial profiling problem on our online community forums. I live in a predominately…

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Black Boys Coping With The Trauma Of Watching Black People Die

Mubarakah Ibrahim describes her son’s methods for coping with seeing a constant stream of images and stories of black people being murdered.

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On Social Media, As In Life, White People Are Way Less Likely To Talk About Race

Gene Demby of NPR’s Code Switch reports on “New data from the Pew Research Center [that] strongly suggests that . . . white people really are much less likely to talk about racial issues on social media.”  He quotes Monica…

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