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    The Education Trust-Midwest – Website

    The Education Trust-Midwest works in partnership with policymakers, educators, advocates, parents, business and civic leaders, community groups and others to advance the development and implementation of policies and practices that improve the educational outcomes for all of Michigan’s students. We serve as a nonpartisan center for education information, data, policy expertise and partners to practitioners.

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    Jim Crow Museum

    From Aunt Jemima advertisements to the board game Gettopoly, American popular culture is replete with racist images.  The Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia features an extensive collection of racist objects that trace the history of the stereotyping of African Americans.  The museum, located at Ferris State University, is offering “Hateful Things,” a traveling exhibition of these images to further the museum’s mission of stimulating the scholarly examination of historical and contemporary expressions of racism, as well as promoting racial understanding and healing.

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    “Lines” by Stephanie Sandberg, Professor of Communication Arts and Sciences at Calvin College – Video

    THE LIVED EXPERIENCE OF RACE; stories about racism and racial issues in Grand Rapids, Michigan. A provacative detailing based upon interviews with 150 individuals about race and their experiences with race and racism in the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan. The resulting interviews were woven into a 90 minute play that was performed in Grand Rapids in 2010.

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    Cascade Engineering’s Race Card Project – Website

    Candid submissions from people who have engaged in a little exercise. Here’s how it works. Think about the word Race. How would you distill your thoughts, experiences or observations about race into one sentence that only has six words?

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