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Opinion: We need to Learn to UnLearn

On Oct. 8, as UnLearn Week was coming to an end, someone posted on the anonymous social media app Yik Yak, “How many p...

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Letter to the Editor: UnLearn week does not need to address prejudices against white people

Kelsey Powers is right in saying that UnLearn Week isn’t about whitepeople. However, I disagree that this means UnLear...

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Michelle Loyd-Page speaks about racial privilege

Unlearn week offers plenty of opportunities to sit in and listen to a variety of speakers.  Last Tuesday, about 90 stud...

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Opinion: UnLearn week does not need to address prejudices against white people

This week, I was kind of startled to see an UnLearn Week poster for white people. What do we have to unlearn about white...

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UnLearn Week designed to spark long-lasting conversations

What do you know about UnLearn Week? UnLearn Week can be defined a few different ways. According to Martin Avila, Calvin...

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Finding Your Inner Activist

Fighting for a cause. Being an activist. Overcoming racism. All the above seem like daunting tasks that require involvem...

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UnLearning With a Fork and a Spoon

Food is an important aspect of any culture. Not only is it representative of a culture’s tastes and history, but it br...

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Film explores the meaning of “white privilege”

“Mirrors of Privilege” is a film that focused on the lives of several white Americans and their stories pertaining t...

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UnLearn Week Reminds Us to Be Always Vigilant

How would you describe UnLearn Week?  Is it about anti-racism?  Culture?  Stereotypes and prejudices?  All of the ab...

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Review: Propaganda at Calvin College

There are few artists in the world like Propaganda. The son of a Black Panther, Jason Petty has degrees in illustration ...