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Resources for Race Dialogue

If you are interested in exploring and learning more about race in Mississippi and in America, here are a few resources to get started:

Everyday Democracy

111 Founders Plaza, Suite 1403, East Hartford, Conn., 06108

860-928-2616

everyday-democracy.org

Mission Mississippi

120 N. Congress St.

601-353-6477

missionmississippi.com

Tim Wise

Antiracist essayist, author and educator

timwise.org

William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation

University of Mississippi

P.O. Box 1848, University, Miss., 38677

662-915-6734

winterinstitute.org

U.S. Department of Justice Community Relations Service

950 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W., Washington, D.C., 20530

202-514-2000

justice.gov/crs/

The Frameworks Institute

1776 I St., N.W., 9th Floor, Washington, D.C. 20006

info@frameworksinstitute.org

frameworksinstitute.org

The Annie E. Casey Foundation

701 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md., 21202

410-547-6600

aecf.org

Jackson 2000

bevelyn@jackson2000.org

jackson2000.org

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Facts Matter; So Do Stereotypes

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