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TCNJ students hold sit-in to protest college’s dissociation from Trenton

Two dozen students at The College of New Jersey held a sit-in next door to President R. Barbara Gitenstein’s office on Wednesday afternoon protesting the college’s disengagement from Trenton and pointing to two main issues: renaming Loser Hall and reconsidering…

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Call to Action: Showing up Tuesday, April 25 to Support Students.

Show up Tuesday to Support Students! Princeton High School’s students of color were affected by the use of the N-word in the recently publicized Snapchat incident as well as by racial slurs and other demeaning tactics used to diminish their…

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See Me, Hear Me: Open, Honest Dialogue with Today’s Youth, Saturday, April 29

On April 29, the Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN) and PULSE youth organizations of Princeton High School will bring together students, parents, teachers, school staff, community partners and organizations for a day of discussions on current topics impacting our schools…

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10 Books I Wish My White Teachers Had Read

Having had mixed experiences with her white teachers, Crystal Paul recommends books to help others take “responsibility to examine their own prejudices, and to learn about the experiences of (and oppressive forces working against) the students they are teaching.”

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Mandatory Microaggression Training at Suffolk University

Those who attended the November 1 Racial Literacy session saw the blog post by an undergraduate who was erroneously charged by her professor with committing plagiarism.  Presenter Dr. Ruha Benjamin showed the post, Academia, Love Me Back, as an example…

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