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Emmanuel Acho video blog of "Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man"

About 22 million people saw former NFL star Emmanuel Acho tackling tough conversations about race in his first episode of "Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man," and more than 5 million have already seen the second and third videos according to Acho.

"Increase your level of understanding, so you can increase your level of compassion."

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Time magazine's 12 Recommended Movies to Watch About Racism and Protest History

The killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and Tony McDade have once again brought the urgent need for racial justice to the forefront of conversation in America.

 

While there are many worthwhile books about race and anti-racism, there are also plenty of resources to be found in other mediums, like film, with much to teach viewers about this history. Time magazine provides a list of 12 films to watch to educate yourself about racism and protest history.

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Princeton University Announces Nicholas Johnson as First Black Valedictorian in its 274-year History

Princeton University has announced its first black valedictorian in its 274-year history.

 

Nicholas Johnson, named valedictorian of Princeton’s Class of 2020, called the achievement especially significant, given the school’s struggle in recent years to confront its troubled history with slavery.

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