NEWS

KWMU: No End In Sight for Diversity Training

        A year of unrest and turmoil has yielded the beginnings of change in St. Louis — along with a whole lot of questions. How do we untangle the deep, gnarly roots of racism? What is this thing called privilege? How do people of different races talk to each other about this…
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ADL APPLAUDS 2015 KRANZBERG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

St. Louis, MO, May 28… The Anti-Defamation League, Missouri/Southern Illinois announces that local high school seniors Matt Frischer and Sam Kahn are the recipients of the 18th Annual Meyer and Marcelle Kranzberg Memorial Scholarship Awards. Each will receive a $2000 college scholarship. Finalists Michelle Bennett, Janine Norman and Alyson Yawitz will receive a $100 book…
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COMBATING HATE IN EVERY STATE

ADL launched 50 States Against Hate, a new campaign for tougher hate crime laws all across the country….
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Writing a new chapter on race in America

RACE IN AMERICA Writing a new chapter on race in America 21 HOURS AGO  •  BY KAREN J. AROESTY A case outside St. Louis sparked a national conversation about race and racism, ignited a movement, and eventually led to a new chapter in American history. Not the Michael Brown case, but rather Dred Scott. In that remarkable…
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