Not In Our Town Princeton

Category: history


A Proud Heritage: The African American Presence in the Sourland Mountains, June 3, 2021

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Tulsa Race Massacre, May 31, 1921

“During the Tulsa Race Massacre, which occurred over 18 hours from May 31 to June 1, 1921, a white mob attacked residents, homes and businesses in the predominantly Black Greenwood neighborhood of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The event remains one of the…

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Sons & Daughters of the Middle Passage Call for Presentations and Book Awards, Deadline March 15, 2021

Call for Presentations for the virtual 4th Annual Conference of Sons & Daughters of the Middle Passage, co-sponsored with the New Jersey Chapter of Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society. The deadline is March 15, 2021.   This year, we accept…

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Rev. Lukata Mjumbe presentation and sources from Not in Our Town Princeton’s Continuing Conversations, 2/1/2021

Rev. Lukata Mjumbe, pastor of the historic Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church, spoke at Not in Our Town Princeton’s Continuing Conversation on Monday, Feb. 1, “Confronting the Lies that We Tell Ourselves and Each Other.” As always, Rev. Mjumbe’s talk was…

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Now through January 23! View The Long Shadow for free.

To access the sponsored FREE screening of this powerful film illustrating the effect of enslavement on all involved–enslaved and enslavers and their descendants–click here. The link is live through January 23. Also, be sure to sign up for the director’s…

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