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Confronting racist stereotypes in Princeton’s high school musical

Did you follow the controversy surrounding Princeton High School’s production of  “Anything Goes” in the spring?  Student Michaela Guo, who played in the orchestra and is Managing Editor of The Tower, the school newspaper, brought the issue to light in…

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A Conversation on Race and Faith, January 17, 2019

On January 17, 2019 from  6:30 – 8:30 pm, WHYY  (150 N. 6th St. ,Philadelphia, PA 19106) in partnership with NewCORE (New Conversation on Race & Ethnicity) is presenting a group of prominent religious leaders who will share stories and engage…

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A Conversation on Race and Faith, January 17, 2019

January 17, 2019  |  6:30 – 8:30 pm WHYY  |  150 N. 6th St.  |  Philadelphia, PA 19106 In partnership with NewCORE (New Conversation on Race and Ethnicity) and WHYY, a group of prominent religious leaders will share stories and engage in…

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Scientists call for the removal of race in genetics research

Ancestry is a more useful category than race say Dorothy Roberts, professor of Africana studies, law and sociology at University of Pennsylvania, and Michael Yudell, chair and associate professor in the Department of Community Health and Prevention at Drexel University. …

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Voices in the Family: youth speaks on civil rights

Voices in the Family , a radio program on WHYY, hosted a discussion of how civil rights history is (or isn’t) taught in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. This program, available by podcast, could inform the Continuing Conversations on Race discussion on…

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