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Resources for Talking Race over Thanksgiving

Standing up for Racial Justice (SURJ) provides several ways to initiate and sustain conversations about race and what Thanksgiving means to Native Americans, including a holiday hotline.  Click here to get the hotline link, a discussion guide, and a placemat…

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Official Statement Condemning Recent Incident of Hate Speech

When racist and anti-Semitic slurs appeared on an 8th grade web-based project, Princeton government and religious leaders produced the statement below.  Superintendent Steve Cochrane published a statement earlier on behalf of the school district.  To read that statement, click here….

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Princeton Digs Deep into Its Fraught Racial History

A New York Times article describes the Princeton & Slavery Project which began in 2013 to explore the University’s ties to slavery.  Many events related to the research will take place during the weekend of November 18 & 19, including…

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Top Native American Organizations to Know

Diversity Best Practices, a division of Working Mother Media, has curated a list of key organizations serving the Native American community. Click here to see them.

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Immigrant Resources – DACA update

With the recent announcement about DACA, the Princeton Human Services Department has updated its Immigrant Resource Guides with more helpful resources for DACA recipients. Click here to access the English version. Con las recientes noticias de la Administración Trump sobre…

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