Not In Our Town Princeton

Category: Call to Action


Bring a Dish, Donate a Book, March 1, 2019

Support Princeton High School’s Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN) by donating a book, new or gently used, by an African American or Multicultural author for the Project Lit Book Club, which aims to share these books with Princeton Public School…

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Job Fair for Diverse Educators, March 14, 2019

Encourage educators of colors and others to attend.  The Princeton Public Schools district is implementing the recommendations from its 2017-2018 Equity Audit.  Help it achieve its equity goals.

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Follow up on Neshaminy mascot hearings

Arla Patch reported on the January 10, 2019 hearing: The use of Native names, slurs, images and symbols is a stark reminder of how colonized our communities still are. Donna Fann-Boyle (Chocktaw/Cherokee) has persisted for over four years to educate…

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White supremacists float plans to hold Princeton rally on Jan. 12th

Not In Our Town Princeton has not organized a counter protest but supports peaceful demonstrations that emphasize respect, equity, inclusion and love for everyone in our community, near and far. The expectation is that a small number of white supremacists…

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The Princeton Reconstruction Project

“The Princeton Reconstruction Project is comprised of concerned students calling for an active Reconstruction of Princeton University — an intentional pivot from its roots as a White supremacist institution to one that reflects the current values it espouses.” Following a…

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