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Policing without the Police, July 8, 2020

To register, click here. With calls for “defunding police” on the rise, invisible, tech-mediated surveillance continues to penetrate every area of our lives – workplaces, schools, hospitals, and of course policing itself. How does this relate to a longer history…

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Going Beyond “The Talk,” June 18, 2020

If you heard the amazing Reverend Lukata Mjumbe at the NIOT May Continuing Conversation and want to hear him again, or if you’ve never heard him, here is your chance.  Click here to register by Wednesday, June 17.

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Under the Blacklight, Part 7: Mobilizing Whiteness to “Re-Open America,” May 6, 2020

“This week, we turn our discussion to unpacking the ways that an ideology of whiteness has become central to the American response to COVID-19. In cities across the country, we’ve witnessed small but telling protests that deploy the debased frameworks…

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House Passes Anti-Lynching Bill After 120 Years of Failure

New York Times: “A measure to add lynching to the United States Criminal Code passed in the House. The Senate passed a version of the bill last year. Once the bills are formally reconciled, the legislation can be sent to…

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Ruha Benjamin in Conversation with Eddie Glaude Jr., September 19, 2019

Eddie Glaude Jr., chair of the Department of African American Studies at Princeton University, and Ruha Benjamin, associate professor in the department, engage in conversation at the launch of  Benjamin’s new book, “Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New…

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