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Category: Continuing Conversations

Continuing Conversations on Race and White Privilege: The Green Book, February 3, 2020

What was the book that saved Black Lives in Jim Crow America?  Where does Princeton figure into it? On Monday, February 3, 2020 at 7 PM at the Princeton Public Library, in recognition of Black History Month, join Not In…

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Continuing Conversation on Race and White Privilege, January 6, 2020

Prison Abolition and the Long Freedom Struggle Princeton University Associate Professor Ruha Benjamin will return to lead us in the final session of our series of Continuing Conversations about race and the criminal justice system. (Dr. Benjamin writes, teaches, and speaks widely about…

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Ruha Benjamin program rescheduled for January 6, 2020.

  Though weather interfered with our program this month, we are fortunate enough to have Ruha Benjamin return for our January Continuing Conversation on Monday, the 6th at 7 pm at the Princeton Public Library. The work of Not in…

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Tonight’s Continuing Conversation Postponed.

With snow predicted and local schools closing early,  Continuing Conversations on Race and White Privilege will NOT be held tonight, December 2.  Ruha Benjamin’s presentation, “Prison Abolition and the Long Freedom Struggle,” will be rescheduled.  Stay safe. WINTER STORM WARNING…

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“College Behind Bars” by Lynn Novick

The Bard Prison Initiative provides a rigorous college education for a small number of prisoners in New York State.   Starting on Monday, November 25 at 9 p.m., on PBS (Check local listings.) and continuing over four weeks, this mini-series…

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