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Princeton needs new campus monuments

Lecturer Sean Fraga notes that “Princeton’s campus monuments aren’t truly representative of the University’s past, nor do they reflect the diversity of its student body today,” and calls for more markers of the contributions of women and enslaved African Americans…

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My Student Asked Me If I Was Racist So I Told the Truth and Said Yes

Teacher Zachary Wright explains his answer to his student.  A lesson for everyone.  Read his article by clicking here.

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‘I Love My Skin!’ Why Black Parents Are Turning to Afrocentric Schools

With New York City schools system one of the most segregated in the country, some black parents are choosing an alternative to integration.  Eliza Shapiro writes “Afrocentric schools aim to empower black children in ways that traditional schools in America…

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Deadline for Applications for ‘Princeton Prize in Race Relations’ January 31, 2019

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T.M. Landry and the Tragedy of Viral Success Stories

In his New York Times op ed, Casey Gerald, author of There Will Be No Miracles Here, reflects on the expose about the Louisiana school T. M. Landry and his own experience from a poor neighborhood in Texas through Yale,…

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