NOT IN OUR TOWN PRINCETON is a multi-racial, multi-faith group of individuals who stand together for racial justice and inclusive communities. Our focus is to promote the equitable treatment of all, and to uncover and confront white supremacy — a system which manipulates and pits all races and ethnicities against each other.
Our goal is to identify and expose the political, economic, and cultural systems which have enabled white supremacy to flourish, and to create new structures and policies which will ensure equity and inclusion for all. In our commitment to uncovering the blight of white supremacy on our humanity, we take responsibility to address it and eliminate it in all its forms through intentional action, starting with ourselves and our communities.
To connect with us, please send an email to info (at) niotprinceton.org, or reach out to one of our current board members:
Princess Hoagland (Chair)
Linda Oppenheim (Secretary)
Elizabeth Peck (Treasurer)
Not In Our Town Princeton Board Members. Top l-r: Roberto Schiraldi, Joyce Trotman-Jordan, Larry Spruill, Linda Oppenheim and Hamza Nishtar (honoree). Bottom l-r: Wilma Solomon, Fern M Spruill, Shirley Satterfield, Princess Hoagland, Miki Mendelsohn and Valeria Torres-Olivares (honoree). Absent: Adele Batchelder, Caroline Clarke, Ted Fetter, Barbara Fox, Shelley Krause, Elizabeth Peck, Don Stryker and Joyce Turner. 2018 Unity Awards 20th Anniversary. Sunday, June 10, 2018.
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