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Covid-19 Impact on Black America

Derrick Young, Jr., MPH, provides a handy reference by succinctly presenting the inequitable impact of the current pandemic within the context of white supremacy.  Under the categories of health, economic stability, and education, Young lists the historical and oppressive systems,…

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Linking Systemic Racism and Poverty, May 21, 2018

New Jersey Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival was launched on Monday, May 14.  The theme for the second week May 20-26) is Linking Systemic Racism and Poverty: Voting Rights, Immigration, Xenophobia, Islamophobia, and the Mistreatment of…

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I’m the descendant of a founding father and I have two black daughters — and I am racist

Phil Lee, descendent of Richard Henry Lee, was a signer of the Declaration of Independence and enslaver, shares his recently acquired understanding. “Racism, I recently came to understand, isn’t about me having some kind of hate in my heart for…

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7 Ways We Know Systemic Racism Is Real

The folks at Ben & Jerry’s know that we are not living in a post-racial society and enumerate areas in which systemic racism occurs in this post on their website.

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Cece McDonald Talk: Black Trans Lives Matter

THURSDAY, APRIL 16th, at 7PM the leading and outspoken activist CeCe McDonald comes to Princeton talk about mass incarceration, racism and trans liberation. Free and open to the public. McCormick Hall (PU Art Museum) Room 101.

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