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Is America Really Post-Racial? A Screening of "New Muslim Cool"
Location:Baltimore, MD
Event Date:March 2, 2010
Event Time:7:00 p.m.
Featuring an interactive spoken word performance, film screening, and panel discussion, this event will examine the emerging worldview of a new generation of Americans.
After the screening of New Muslim Cool, Bakari Kitwana, author of The Hip-Hop Generation, will moderate a panel discussion. The panel will include Nura Maznavi, staff attorney from Muslim Advocates; filmmaker Jennifer Taylor; and independent hip-hop artist MC Hamza, who is the subject of the film.
Location
Brown Center
Maryland Institute College of Art
1301 Mount Royal Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21217
 The event is free and open to the public.
  
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Can We Talk About How Race Affects Our Classrooms?
Baltimore, MD
November 2, 2009
 AUDIO
Beverly Daniel Tatum, president of Spelman College, will talk with David Hornbeck, former Philadelphia superintendent of schools, about how race plays out in American classrooms.
How Does White America Talk About Race?
Baltimore, MD
December 1, 2009
 VIDEO  
Rich Benjamin, author of Searching for Whitopia: An Improbable Journey to the Heart of White America, and Tim Wise, author of Between Barack & A Hard Place: Racism & White Denial in the Age of Obama, discuss white America's struggle to talk about race.
Stoop Stories
Baltimore, MD
February 22, 2010
In partnership with OSI-Baltimore, this performance series will present “Across the Divide: Stories About Race in Baltimore,” a show about being black and white in Baltimore.
OSI-Baltimore Launches "Talking About Race" Series
August 13, 2009
OSI-Baltimore's yearlong speaker series probes how Americans talk (or do not talk) about race.
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