Not In Our Town Princeton

Category: Call to Action


Racist Stickers Spotted In Princeton

Anthony Bellano reports in Princeton Patch that “[r]acist stickers showing support for a white supremacist group have reportedly been spotted in downtown Princeton.  Stickers promoting the New Jersey European Heritage Association were seen on a lamppost on the corner of…

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Voting on Proposal to Have Armed Retired Police in WWP Schools, Monday, July 30, 2018

From Dr. Kani Ilangovan: “Please attend the West Windsor town council meeting at 271 Clarksville Road, West Windsor, NJ 08550, on Monday, July 30 at 7 pm. The town council will be voting on a proposal to have armed retired police…

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Follow-up to Armed Officers in West Windsor-Plainsboro School District Proposal

Activists are continuing work to oppose the policy to have armed officers in the West Windsor –Plainsboro schools. (See blog post Proposal to Introduce Armed Retired Police Officers (Class III Officers) Show your support by coming to the West Windsor…

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Proposal to Introduce Armed Retired Police Officers (Class III Officers) in West Windsor-Plainsboro School District

How do you feel about armed retired police officers in each of West Windsor-Plainsboro schools? Did you know that the School Board and West Windsor-Plainsboro townships are close to approving a proposal that would increase law enforcement presence in schools…

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Engaging with the 4th of July

Friends, this piece describes some alternative ways to celebrate the Fourth of July that include less blind nationalism and more uplifting communities that American institutions have so long worked against: https://broadly.vice.com/en_us/article/8xezv3/fourth-of-july-independence-day-alternative See also educator Valeria Brown’s thread of suggested resources – including…

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