Education Programs Tracing Center education programs
Our education programs help students and faculty at elementary, middle and high schools, colleges and universities to explore the history of race and more effectively address issues of race and identity today.

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Faith-Based Programs Tracing Center faith-based programs
Our programs for communities of faith incorporate the spiritual, and acknowledge the historical connections of religious institutions to slavery and race, featuring our 30-minute video, Repairing the Breach.

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Public History Programs Tracing Center public history programs
Our professional workshops and consultations for museums and historic sites strengthen the interpretation of slavery and race, identifying historical connections and exploring the role of racial identity.

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Workplace Programs Tracing Center workplace programs
We offer small businesses, corporations, non-profit and government organizations with basic or advanced training and presentations on race, diversity, and privilege, emphasizing sensitivity and mutual understanding.

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As we commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement and the 150th anniversary of Emancipation (2013-2015), what racial progress have we made as a nation, and what remains as the unfinished business of civil war and civil rights?

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Recent blog posts

There are two new studies out on public opinion and voting behavior which shed light on persistent questions about how much racial prejudice hurts black politicians, and in particular, President Obama’s approval ratings and his vote totals in the 2008 and 2012 presidential elections. The first new study, “The cost  … .

This post was originally published on July 4, 2013 and is reposted today in commemoration of Independence Day, in all its meanings. It is always worth making time, on the Fourth of July, to remember those people and movements whose courage and sacrifice advanced and improved upon the ideals on  … .


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