Continuing Conversation on Race and White Privilege: Assimilation v. Acculturation, November 6, 2017

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Not In Our Town Princeton will once again be gathering in the Princeton Public Library’s Community Room at 7pm on Monday, November 6th (the first Monday of the month) to facilitate the next in our series of Continuing Conversations on Race and White Privilege.

On Monday, we’ll be talking about assimilation vs. acculturation. How does holding on to the “dream” of the “melting pot” prevent us from real connectedness? Join us as we explore how the pressure to conform to the norm impacts us all.

If you believe that Princeton and the wider community would benefit from a greater understanding of these and other issues related to racism, please plan on joining us this coming Monday. Bring a friend!

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