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Refugee Admissions: Lessons Learned in the Wake of the Holocaust Brought to Life Last Month by Amy Lefkof

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This July 28th will mark the 70th Anniversary of the signing of the 1951 International Refugee Convention, which is the key legal document (along with its 1967 Protocol) that defines …

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It’s Been a Long Time Coming – A Conversation Around Decolonizing Wealth and Dismantling Racism

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Dismantling Racism Teach-In June 15, 2020 Noon – Virtual Online Program 6:00 pm – Historic Grace AME Zion Church, 229 S. Brevard Street, Charlotte, NC Please RSVP through eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/its-been-a-long-time-coming-a-restorative-justice-clt-teach-in-tickets-109025642632 …

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It’s Time to Talk about Race and Justice

In Charlotte, Civil Rights, criminal justice, Education, Home, Local Level Advocacy, North Carolina, Policy, Queens University, Racial Justice, Racial Justice - Local Level Advocacy, Racial Justice - State Level Advocacy, Restorative Justice, Social Change, Social Justice, State Level Advocacy by Donna TarneyLeave a Comment

In the 1960s and 1970s, an interesting notion took shape in the United States: racial colorblindness. The idea, which was born in mostly white communities, was that we had advanced …