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The Real Reason Black Kids Benefit From Black Teachers

As teacher David Jackson explains: “The fact that my skin color matches that of my students doesn’t give me any superpowers as an educator. But it does give me the ability to see them in a way that’s untarnished by…

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8th Annual Princeton Book Bag and School Supplies Drive

Princeton Human Services is requesting donations to benefit Princeton children in kindergarten through 6th grade who are low-income and in need of school supplies and new book bags. The supplies needed are listed below.  The department is also accepting monetary contributions toward…

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A College and Klan Traditions

An article about Wesleyan College  in Macon, Ga., where traditions of the Ku Klux Klan once played a key role in campus life, includes examples of KKK influence in other higher education institutions in the United States.

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Trenton’s Midsummer Magic Play Festival, Passage Theatre, June 15-16, 2017

We have been hearing the voices of Princeton High School students.  Here is a chance to hear from Trenton Central High School students in a series of plays at the Passage Theatre ( 205 E Front St, Trenton, NJ, (609)…

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Confronting Racism with Technology: One School’s Story

Inspired by a talk by Not in Our Town presenter and supporter Ruha Benjamin about the ways in which technology facilitates oppression, Minnesota teachers Andy Charrier and Rebecca Bauer developed a program for their students to confront and talk about…

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