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White Frame/Black Frame: The Hidden Roots of Racial Realities

April 25, 2016

Understanding US racial history helps us make sense of current social inequities. ABHM presents a series of public programs and online exhibits exploring the origins of our racially divided society. These programs expand on topics and practices developed in their successful 2014-2015 project "Hidden from History." Programs are based on sociologist Joe Feagin's paradigm of the white frame/black counter-frame, as well as the work of historians like Nell Irvin Painter and educators like Robin DiAngelo.

Funded project of the Wisconsin Humanities Council.  The Wisconsin Humanities Council is a state affilate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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Time: 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Contact: Fran Kaplan Phone: (414) 445-7500
Centennial Hall-Milwaukee Public Library
733 N 8th Street
Milwaukee , WI 53233
United States
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