The spiritual and psychological impacts of racism

Interface Boulder is hosting a panel discussion on the invisible spiritual and psychological impacts of racism on Wednesday September 16th from 7.30am to 10am at St.Andrew Presbyterian Church, 3700 Baseline Rd., Boulder. The panelists join us this morning to talk about this […]

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Community Activism and Building Community Coalitions

Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund founder and community rights activist Thomas Linzey on community rights; Colorado Community Rights Network leader Merrily Mazza on Lafayette’s struggle for community autonomy and Jen Watson and Derrick Jones with the Boulder County Coalition and […]

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Jews as Black Allies

“I think maybe we’ve been silent for a while and now need to start speaking again.” (Update: Scroll down for archive recordings of the panel discussion) Rachel Amaru is a member of a new activist group in Boulder rooted in […]

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Coded Racial Messaging in Politics

“Conservatives have been using this message about minorities not just to win votes but to engender hostility toward government.” Ian Haney Lopez is a UC Berkeley chaired law professor and author of Dog Whistle Politics, how coded racial appeals have […]

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Racial integration in schools

Several school districts around the country have had busing schemes in place to integrate previously racially segregated school districts. While the Denver Public Schools were court ordered to bus kids to different schools, other school districts had similar types of […]

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Racism in Health Care

Black Americans die younger than white Americans. White men and women are expected to live 8-10 years longer than African Americans. Nationally, African American babies are twice as likely to die in infancy than white babies. Due to issues like […]

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