Race Talks with Dr. Anica: How to Talk to Kids About Racism (1 min video)

We teach kids how to tell time, cross the street, and share, but what do we tell them about racism?

Do we wait for something to happen or sit them down and have the talk? This fall we're hosting another installment of Race Talks with Dr. Anica, a conversational series, and we're asking "How do you talk to kids about racism?" Join Dr. Anica and a diverse group at the historic Langston Hughes House in Harlem for this lively, engaging, and honest conversation. In partnership with ITooArts Collective this popular event kicks off with a fun cocktail hour with light refreshments, perfect for networking and connecting with artists and professionals from all walks of life. It's all happening on Saturday, October 5th at 6pm. Click “Read More” below to purchase ticket today! Tickets will also be available at the door.

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Dr. Anica Camela Mulzac
Race Talks with Dr. Anica (1 min video)

If you've ever said, "That's not what I meant!" or "That wasn't my intention!" in a discussion of race, then this event is for YOU! In this installment of Race Talks with Dr. Anica, a conversational series, we're discussing what happens When your Intent does not equal your Impact!

Join Dr. Anica and a diverse group at the historic Langston Hughes House in Harlem for this lively, engaging, and honest conversation. In partnership with ITooArts Collective this popular event kicks off with a fun cocktail hour, perfect for networking and connecting with artists and professionals from all walks of life.

It's all happening on Saturday, July 13th at 6pm. Register below today! Tickets will also be available at the door.

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Race Talks with Dr. Anica (30sec video)

We're BAACCKKKK!!!!!

We heard your request, and we're bringing you another session of Race Talks with Dr. Anica hosted at the Langston Hughes House on Saturday, March 30th.

You've seen the headlines, from Gucci and Prada, Liam Neeson's confession, to the deaths of the unarmed and no indictments. You have an opinion on all of it, and we want to hear it! Go to the link to register, and we'll see you there!

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What Cha Readin? Episode 6- Speaking Truth in Love!

Join Dr. Anica as she reviews her favorite takeaways from the New York Times Best Selling Book, Tears We Cannot Stop: A Sermon to White America by Michael Eric Dyson. Full of passion, rhythm, and prose this book makes a heartfelt appeal to White Americans to confront what he deems American’s original sin, racism. This uniquely written book both challenges and inspires, speaking hard truths about the past and present impact of racism in a manner that conveys love and hope.

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Dr. Anica Camela Mulzac
What Cha' Readin'? Episode 5- Living up to the hype!

Join Dr. Anica as she reviews her favorite takeaways from the break out hit, and New York Times Best Selling Book, The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. This captivating and inspiring book tells the story of a young Black girl who finds her voice in the call for justice, after witnessing the murder of her unarmed Black male friend at the hands of police. You might have seen the movie, but you HAVE to read the book!

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Dr. Anica Camela Mulzac
What Cha' Readin'? Episode 4- Takin it to the South

Join Dr. Anica as she reviews her favorite takeaways from the debut book by Minrose Gwin, The Queen of Palmyra. This fictional tale takes us to Jim Crow South in Mississippi 1963, where we see race and racism through the eyes of an 11 year old White girl who spends her days in the company of her grandparents Black maid. This book shocks, and inspires all at the same time.

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Dr. Anica Camela Mulzac
What Cha' Readin'? Episode 3- White People Talking!

Join Dr. Anica as she reviews her favorite takeaways from the best selling book Waking Up White: Finding Myself in the Story of Race by Debby Irving. This book gives you a front row seat to an upper middle class White woman coming into awareness of her White racial identity, and all that goes with it. Debby not only examines her own racial history, she invites and encourages the reader to do the same.

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Dr. Anica Camela Mulzac