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Here’s what to read, listen to, and watch to better understand racism against black people in the U.S.

From left to right, Molly Dennie, Pauline Seremitis and Victoria Diaz. Courtesy photos.

Combatting racism and injustice against Black people requires both thought and action. To help inform changes in your own life, read, listen to, watch, and discuss the work of scholars, faculty, and students from the Northeastern community.

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