Not In Our Town Princeton

Category: Podcast


Black Lives Matter: The State of Activism Five Years After Eric Garner’s Death

Five years after the death of Eric Garner at the hands of NYC police, Tanzina Vega, host of The Takeaway, conducts a roundtable discussion on how the Black Lives Matter movement has evolved.  Participants include Wesley Lowery, a national reporter…

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Confronting racist stereotypes in Princeton’s high school musical

Did you follow the controversy surrounding Princeton High School’s production of  “Anything Goes” in the spring?  Student Michaela Guo, who played in the orchestra and is Managing Editor of The Tower, the school newspaper, brought the issue to light in…

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Experts Question Corporate Inclusion Training

After singer SZA reported that she was racially profiled at a California Sephora cosmetics store, the company shut down all their stores for a one-hour diversity training for all its 16,000 employees.   Reporter Karen Grigsby Bates questioned experts about…

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Voices of the Movement

Jonathan Capehart of the Washington Post created a limited series podcast interviewing veterans of the civil rights movement.  Episodes include Bloody Sunday, the participation of women and children, nonviolent resistance, and the role of music.  To hear the voices of…

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Is America Ready to Make Reparations?

David Remnick, editor of the New Yorker magazine, interviews Ta-Nehisi-Coates, Susan B. Glasser, and others about how reparations has become a major focus in the 2020 Democratic primary contest and how Georgetown University students have chosen to take reparations upon…

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