Activists From South Africa and the United States Unite to Fight Anti-Black Racism

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The Atlantic Fellows for Racial Equity has chosen its second cohort of Atlantic Fellows — 20 leaders from across South Africa and the United States who are working to end anti-Black racism in the two countries. In New York City, the Fellows will work closely with faculty from Columbia University. In South Africa, they will conduct their work with the Nelson Mandela Foundation to engage in a series of dialogues around the history of Nelson Mandela’s leadership. As Atlantic Fellows for Racial Equity, leaders participate in transnational groups that build community and learn through structured di...

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