Here's a recap of the most recent stories The Courier has done on race relations in Cedar Falls.

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'Cultivating Justice: A Quest Toward Racial Equity' is launching its second six-week program with the hope of starting conversations that could spur change.

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Just when it is most needed, the Cedar Falls Human Rights Commission's voice is muted by its own internal disarray.

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"It’s like having a SWAT team that does nothing but engage in PowerPoint presentations ... without ever going to apprehend the culprits."

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The embattled Cedar Falls Human Rights Commission has lost another member, who resigned with a scathing letter before attending even a single meeting.

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School district says students were disciplined when officials learned about posts, which occurred over multiple years. Investigation complete in separate N-word incident this week.

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It is the second time in two weeks that a photo of a Cedar Falls High School student containing a racial epithet has been widely shared and condemned on social media. 

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CEDAR FALLS — The chairperson of the city’s Human Rights Commission resigned over the weekend, and the city staff liaison to the panel was dis…

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After a 90-minute deliberation on their response to a racist incident from last week resulted in no response yet, human rights commissioners got an earful from Cedar Falls parents and activists for a perceived "lack of urgency."

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Cedar Falls Schools' board and administrators responded a student's offensive social media post Monday as parents talked about racist experiences of their children in the district.

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CEDAR FALLS — As students milled about outside of Cedar Falls High School awaiting the start of a Black Lives Matter protest, a few pick-up tr…

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A local school district said it took "swift and appropriate disciplinary action" after a photo of one of their students made the rounds on social media this week, triggering widespread outrage for her use of a racial epithet.

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Three new members of the Cedar Falls Human Rights Commission were appointed unanimously Tuesday, and the latest member who resigned spoke out about her reasons.

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"It's the same reason the others left," said commission member Willie Barney Jr., after Waseskuk's letter was read. "They don't feel we're in a position to do the things we believe the commission was called to do."

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Speakers on a University of Northern Iowa-hosted panel Thursday said training efforts spurred by police brutality don't always result in the desired behavior shift.

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The hashtag #UNIisNotAnAlly came alive last Friday morning with complaints that UNI hasn't supported students of color on campus.