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'I am by no means condoning violence as a response to these acquittals, but I think it is important to understand that the fact that black communities are policed differently than white communities and that the standards for charging and convicting police officers for killing civilians are impossibly high is creating an atmosphere in this country where violence will almost certainly continue.' -- +Lawrence Ware 
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'Unequivocally, in times like this we look to people of such stature to pioneer change in our communities, to use their resources to plainly – put their money where their mouth is and alleviate the systemic issues communities face.  James has already done so by investing $41.8 million to send 1,100 kids to a four-year university. But the real the question is, what can the rest us do to help educate our students of color and deconstruct school-prison models that often treat children like criminals? How can we help for students avoid to specter of police brutality?'
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'The new Black Panther series is the comic you’ve always wanted but never knew you needed.' -- +Lawrence Ware 
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'Broadband access expanded in the last few years, but low-income Americans are disproportionately left out, isolating them from the information economy.' -- The Center for Public Integrity
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'This week, host Jessica Valenti asks: how we can better engage men and boys to prevent gender-based violence? Why is it that sexual violence is still, in 2016, talked about as a women’s issue? When we frame sexual assault, harassment and violence as women’s issues, argues Valenti, we saddle women with the responsibility of fixing the problem. Furthermore, men are cut out of a problem that requires their involvement to be solved. To discuss these issues, Valenti is joined by guests Jamil Smith, Senior National Correspondent for MTV News, and Dr Dorothy Edwards, Executive Director of the violence-prevention non-profit Green Dot, etc.' -- The Guardian
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'Writer and Poet Clint Smith on the moment black lives began to officially matter, and the long history of pre-smartphone police brutality and state-sanctioned racism that preceded it.' -- +Big Think
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'Some police shooting victims like Alton Sterling and Philando Castile become national symbols. Their faces are splashed across the media, and their names become hashtags. So why are others forgotten?'
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'Black Agenda Report's Glen Ford examines new challenges to the Black Lives Matter movement -- from the gun control misdirection of the Black political class, to the corporate media's calls for the movement to stand down in the days after the killing of five police officers in Dallas -- and explains why the movement must ignore outside forces and march towards the next step for racial justice -- Black community control of the police occupying their neighborhoods. Ford posted the article "Rulers Shocked by Dallas Attack: Black Folks Keep on Stepping" at Black Agenda Report.' -- This is Hell! Radio
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Historian Heather Ann Thompson's, Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Its Legacy is the first definitive account of the 1971 Attica Prison Uprising. Covering the conditions before the rebellion, the state's violent response, and the victims' decades-long quest for justice -- including information never released to the public. Of Blood in the Water,  Michelle Alexander writes "Blood in the Water is extraordinary—a true gift to the written history of civil rights and racial justice struggles in America.”
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'When the ranks of a cultural institution or a creative field tend toward high levels of homogeneity in terms of race, class, and/or gender, what are the challenges and opportunities faced by the people who are placed in gatekeeper positions within those institutions or fields who don’t fit that homogenous mold? with Thelma Golden + Chris Jackson + Franklin Leonard and moderated by Michele Norris.' -- +Aspen Ideas Festival
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'Urban Art Beat, Art Start, and a whole lot of partner organizations are bringing teenagers to Harlem for what's called "Hip-Hop Summer Camp for Social Justice." This year´s camp slogan is "Keeping the Peace from Home to the Streets." Lauren Kelly Benson, the Assistant Director and Site Lead for the camp and the Artistic Director, Spiritchild talk more about the camp.' -- +BRIC TV
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'Jeremy Relph is best known for reporting on conflicts across the globe for The New Yorker. For his latest project, the Canadian journalist teamed up with Kingston-based director Nile Saulter to explore a more spirited subject—the connection between church and dancehall culture in Jamaica. Here, he talks about how the project came about:  “On the surface, the worlds of church and dancehall are at opposite ends of the spectrum. Everblessed is a meditation on the sacred and the profane and the thin line between them."' -- NOWNESS
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Education
  • Fredonia
    BA, English, 1983 - 1987
  • University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
    Ph.D. American Studies, 1993 - 1996
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December 2
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Professor. Public Thinker. Writer. Webcast Host.
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  • Duke University
    Professor of African & African-American Studies, present
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