It's not really about banning "Critical Race Theory." The real goal is to formulate policy that ends White Culpability system-wide.
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It's worth exploring if Congress and the President just inadvertently opened up fresh new legal avenues for reparations by passing Juneteenth and calli…
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A solution-based discussion exploring federal and state centered justice strategies and policy frameworks for restorative reparations
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1890 Land Grant HBCU presidents press House Agriculture Committee to help improve infrastructure and research at agriculture-focused HBCUs and support …
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Food insecurity rates, with the highest such rates in Black communities, should prompt aggressive support for agriculture-focused HBCUs or 1890 Land Gr…
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Missing in the broader national clash over the forced returns to the traditional office is a simple look at what quite a bit of research is showing us
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We don't need to determine one man's intent to analyze the strategic context within which he is operating
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An upcoming Congressional hearing will focus on “1890 Land Grant Institutions: Investing for Agricultural Resiliency, Equity, and Global Impact”
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Another WITF "Toward Racial Justice" installment explores the fast-growing industry of ancestor research and what that means for Black communities eage…
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In honor of Juneteenth - an observance celebrating the abolition of slavery - WITF's Toward Racial Justice digs into tracing Black ancestral roots
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Several potential steps for Democrats to reach essential goals by 2022 ... and to quit whining over this dude
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During the 1920s, Black farmers owned 15 million acres of land. Today, Black people own just a few million acres nationwide. We must change that.
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