Implications of Richard Rothstein’s book “The Color of Law”

Jones Commons 1919 LaSalle Ave, Minneapolis

Richard Rothstein's book The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America explores the ways in which federal, state, and local government policies led to urban […]

Book Study: When They Call You A Terrorist

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Patrisse Kahn-Cullors and asha bandele's memoir When They Call You a Terrorist is a coming-of-age story that reveals the depth of racial targeting and its impact on Black families and […]

Book Study: When They Call You A Terrorist

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Patrisse Kahn-Cullors and asha bandele's memoir When They Call You a Terrorist is a coming-of-age story that reveals the depth of racial targeting and its impact on Black families and […]

RJI – Seeing White Podcast Discussion

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#12 My White Friends. For years, Myra Greene had explored Blackness through her photography, often in self-portraits. She wondered, what would it mean to take pictures of whiteness? For her […]

RJI – Seeing White Podcast Discussion

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#13 White Affirmative Action. When it comes to U.S. government programs and support earmarked for the benefit of particular racial groups, history is clear. White folks have received most of […]

RJI – Seeing White Podcast Discussion

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#14 Transformation. Seeing White. The concluding episode in our series, Seeing White, is an exploration of solutions and responses to America’s deep history of white supremacy.   Zoom discussion on […]

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#9 A Racial Cleansing in America. In 1919, a white mob forced the entire Black population of Corbin, Kentucky, to leave, at gunpoint. It was one of many racial expulsions […]