We are sorry that the weather interfered with the Not in Our Town Princeton Continuing Conversation on Race on December 2. Fortunately, the program will be rescheduled. Stay tuned.
In the meantime, take advantage of gatherings in nearby locations. On Friday, December 6th at 6:30 pm at the Hopewell Valley Regional School District building ( Elaine Buck and Beverly Mills, local historians and authors of If These Stones Could Talk. “We will explore the significance of this story at this particular time, examining a few key things like the legacy of descendants of the white slave owners, how do we combine the pantheon of historical figures both black and white and what does the revelation of the contribution (forced and unforced) of enslaved Africans to the perception of general history. . . . and the continual whitewashing of our collective history.” Please bring a dish to share with 6 people. Questions? Contact HVRDDG@gmail.com.
Come to the Hunterdon County Anti-Racism Coalition potluck holiday party on Friday, December 13 at 6:30 pm at the Flemington DIY, 90 Main Street, Flemington for social interaction and networking. This group meets on the 2nd Friday of the month to discuss specific topics or hear a speaker. Questions? Contact email@example.com.