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“In My Own Backyard”:  SUNY Potsdam Professor on Archaeology as Entry Point to Local History, Instrument of Social Justice

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“In My Own Backyard”: SUNY Potsdam Professor on Archaeology as Entry Point to Local History, Instrument of Social Justice

“I think there’s something really compelling about living and researching in the same place. To feel more grounded, quite literally, by going into the ground. I think there’s a power to that. Of staying and learning more about where you live.” Nicole Roché introduces us to Dr. Hadley Kruczek-Aaron, who does archaeological research at the intersection of local history and social justice.

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“I Am Home!”:  Locals March against Racism and Xenophobia in Majority-White Potsdam, N.Y.

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“I Am Home!”: Locals March against Racism and Xenophobia in Majority-White Potsdam, N.Y.

As the “March against Racism” began on Saturday morning in Potsdam, New York, organizer Jennifer Baxtron told the crowd to raise their signs and let their voices be heard.  “Show everybody that even in this little town, love conquers hate,” she said. “Love overpowers hate.” Nicole Roché reports on a march that sought to shine a light on the need to address issues of racism and xenophobia in the majority-white “North Country” of northern NY - and beyond.

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