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A monthly informational and networking series, the River Forum was one of my more visible tasks. A fundamental organizing principle of this ongoing series was to bring together a disciplinarily diverse group of water resource practitioners and decision-makers for conversations with people beyond their typical working relationships. In hosting conversations with these interdisciplinary groups, I sought to explore water issues holistically together: how water was related to agriculture, to the economy, and to the social and political realms. Most of us are aware of, and many have discussed, the lack of racial diversity within environmental professions—often regarded simply as a problem of optics. Instead, I was grappling with what it means to authentically make deeply inclusive principles central to what our community planning and water quality work, and conversations, should even be about. So, another way to put the question is: How or can water quality work be anti-racism work?
American universities are built on the site of two great crimes: the crimes of stealing land from Native Americans and the buying and selling of African slaves, according to New York Times bestselling author Ta-Nehisi Coates. We are all indicted by that. Coates offered his criticism of American institutions and universities in response to a question posed by moderator Wade Hollingshaus about what universities should be doing to promote social justice. Coates said the first step for universities is to recognize the societal debt owed to people of color because of years of slavery and inequity. There is justice.
The Origin of Others by Toni Morrison — In this collection of essays derived from her Norton Lectures, Toni Morrison delves into the concepts of race, belonging and Othering , particularly as they are seen in American literature. In the form of letters, these essays deal with issues of racial injustice and the relationship between race and religion. Smith draws from both current events and personal experience. The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas — This young adult novel tells the story of Starr Carter, a black teenager struggling to balance life in a poor neighborhood and at the suburban prep school she attends. The Hate U Give follows Starr as she deals with the aftermath of losing her childhood best friend to police violence. Kendi and Jason Reynolds — Ibram X.
The case I make for reparations is, virtually every institution with some degree of history in America, be it public, be it private, has a history of extracting wealth and resources out of the African-American community. I think what has often been missing—this is what I was trying to make the point of in —that behind all of that oppression was actually theft. In other words, this is not just mean. This is not just maltreatment.
Between the World and Me , which had its world premiere at the Apollo in , will launch a national tour in Atlanta with other stops across the country to be announced. Widely considered the epicenter of black culture, the Apollo continues to provide a home to artists. Through its programming, educational and community initiatives, the Apollo continues to advance its commitment to creating a 21st century performing arts canon while tackling important social issues for Harlem, New York, and the nation. We are also deeply honored to give more New Yorkers, and audiences across the nation, the opportunity to see Between the World and Me on stage, and to be part of the conversations on a topic that continues to resonate throughout our country.
The first edition of the novel was published in Juneand was written by Ta-Nehisi Coates. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Hardcover format. The main characters of this non fiction, autobiography story are. The benefit you get by reading this book is actually information inside this reserve incredible fresh, you will get information which is getting deeper an. Free PDF. Download PDF. Download PDF Package.
Пустое пространство зала аэропорта открылось перед Беккером подобно бескрайней пустыне. Ноги несли его с такой быстротой, на какую, казалось ему, он не был способен. Когда он влетел во вращающуюся дверь, прозвучал еще один выстрел. Стеклянная панель обдала его дождем осколков. Дверь повернулась и мгновение спустя выкинула его на асфальт. Беккер увидел ждущее такси.
Сьюзан - вздохнул он - Я не могу сейчас об этом говорить, внизу ждет машина. Я позвоню и все объясню. - Из самолета? - повторила. - Что происходит. С какой стати университетский профессор… Это не университетские дела. Я позвоню и все объясню.
Но мы не имеем права сообщать информацию личного характера… - Это очень важно, - настаивал Беккер. - Мне просто нужно узнать, улетела ли. И больше. Женщина сочувственно кивнула. - Поссорились. На мгновение Беккер задумался. Потом изобразил смущенную улыбку.
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