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Sep 25

UVA Law Professor and MacArthur Fellow Danielle Citron, an international expert on online privacy and abuse, will speak about the latest developments at the intersection of technology, public policy, and our daily Internet-driven lives at 6:45pm Tuesday October 11th at the Downtown Library’s Swanson Case Room and also on Zoom; please mark your calendars to join us! Prof. Citron will be “in conversation” with UVA History Prof. William Hitchcock, co-host of the Democracy in Danger podcast. Q&A will follow.

Full info about Danielle’s is on the Cville Dems website: https://cvilledems.org/event/prof-danielle-citron/

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Sep 22

But Sylvia (the narrator) is telling us that it’s different that they don’t call her by her first name.

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Sep 22

Racism and colorism are big problems even inside a cultural group.

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Sep 22

because they are trying to cause problems for the lady

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Sep 22
because she tries to make them find something that she does even though they are being racist
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Sep 22

because they are racist that they are talking about the color of the lady’s skin

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Sep 21

$35 dollars on a clown toy is kinda crazy because its just a toy, with that choice you should buy food or things you need to survive of

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Sep 21

The kids knew exactly what they were doing which led to one of them asking if they could still because if anyone wanted to steal they won’t make it work

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Sep 21

This line in the article shows that the world the kids lived in,you needed money in order to get the things you needed or wanted

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Sep 21

She got the education that she want and spins her time so they can worry about the school

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Sep 21

she don have first name but she is at good to then.

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Sep 20

Even though Mendez v Westminster and Brown v Board of Education did not fully integrate all American schools I am still thankful for the effect the cases have had on American Education. Without either of these cases many schools with minorities would still be unequal and without proper necessities.

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Sep 20

I agree because no matter what people do things can get better but they will never stop the segregation within each other.

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Sep 20
i feel that this is realy sad becuase not only did they fight to stop segreation and won but it hadent gone for complety and still is up today
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Sep 20

It is so true that it was such a long fight but it made such a big difference. It’s amazing how they were able to leave a mark that others can be inspired by.

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