Not In Our Town Princeton

Category: Events

Ann Yasuhara: NIOT co-founder

Ann Yasuhara was born to privilege — to white privilege, as she would say. As was I, her cousin. Ann combined her Quaker faith with action focused on peace, the environment, social justice, and racial equality. Of her many causes,…

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Events: New Jim Crow

League of Women Voters Candidate Night for those running for Princeton Town Council: When: April 30, 2014 (Wed.) 7 PM Where: Witherspon Hall, Witherspoon St. at Valley Road, Princeton ACLU 12th Congressional District Candidate Debate on issues relating to Civil…

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Affordable Housing: May 5

“Affordable Housing Opportunities and Challenges in Princeton ” A round table presented by the League of Women Voters Panel Participants: Edward Truscelli, Princeton Community Housing (moderator) Arnaz Yousafzai, Princeton Community Housing Christy Peacock, Princeton Affordable Housing Scott Parsons, Princeton Housing…

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Prison Reform Conference: April 11 and 12

“Beyond Prisons: Faithfully Confronting the Challenges of Mass Imprisonment” — hosted by the Reformed Church of Highland Park (19 2nd Ave., Highland park, NJ 08904). Friday 6:30-10:00 p.m. there will be a screening of the acclaimed documentary The House I…

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‘Best Kept Secret,’ African Americans in the Sourlands

We don’t usually think of New Jersey as a slave state, Elaine Buck and Beverly Mills told an interviewer, Caroline Katmann. But slavery was present here since the 17th century. The governor enticed settlers with the offer of slaves —…

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