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WNYC: Invention of Race and Talking to Children about Race, June 27, 2020

WNYC will air two programs about race and racism on Saturday, June 27.  At 2pm “The Invention of Race,” adapted from several episodes of the more in-depth 14-part series “Seeing White” on the Scene on Radio podcast. Click here for…

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The Battle to Define Native American Tribal Identity

On WNYC, Brooke Jarvis, contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine, discusses her article, “The Disenrolled” (online: “Who Decides Who Counts as Native American?”). Four years ago, the Nooksack in Washington state announced that they were expelling hundreds of members,…

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Extra Work Black People Do

Rebecca Carroll, producer of a series of projects on race at WNYC, and Kevin Young, poet and Director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, preview their upcoming micro-conversation at The Schomburg Center: That Extra Work We Do As…

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Dear President: Word Power

“WNYC’s series Dear President: What You Need to Know About Race has invited contributions from others at WNYC. In this edition of Fishko Files, Sara Fishko and guests consider the impact of what we say, and how we say it.”

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Students of All Races Favor Teachers of Color

“A new study analyzing student survey data of their classroom teachers found that all students, on average, had more favorable impressions of black and Latino teachers compared to white teachers. . . . The researchers included survey data from approximately 50,000 sixth…

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