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raceAhead: Understanding Trump, Milwaukee and Race in America by Ellen McGirt

In her August 15, 2016 post in Fortune’s raceAhead, McGirt analyzes the weekend violence in Milwaukee emphazing black-white gaps in infant mortality and school achievement and residential segregation.

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How Do You Talk With Young People About Police-Related Violence?

Kevin Washington, president of the Association of Black Psychologists, and Camille Cooper from the Yale University Child Study Center, speak with Robin Young on the public radio program Here & Now about talking to young people about police-related violence.  The…

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Angela Davis Speaking at Princeton University, March 31, 2016

Angela Davis will be the keynote speaker at the Gender, Violence and Anti-Violence Conference on Thursday, March 31, 2016 at 4:30 pm in McCosh 50. This event is free and open to the public, with no ticket or reservation required….

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Violence against Black Churches

Michael Eric Dyson in the New York Times (“Love and Terror in the Black Church,” Sunday, June 21, 2015) and NPR’s Rachel Martin talking to Rev. Charles Watkins in Charleston (“Churches Try To Stay Safe — And Keep Their Open-Door…

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Chicago Boy Asks Santa for Safety

This one will break your heart.  In response to a Chicago charity’s “Letters to Santa” program, a 13-year-old boy wrote a letter asking for safety.

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