Not In Our Town Princeton

Category: Podcast


Evanston, Ill., Has A Reparations Plan

On NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday, Evanston, Illinois Alderwoman Robin Rue Simmons describes the town’s plan to use a portion of the taxes collected on the sale of recreational marijuana to help African American residents who are being priced out of…

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The real history of the first Thanksgiving

On the 400th anniversary of the first Thanksgiving, for some Native people, it’s a Day of Mourning.  On Radio Times, Historian DAVID SILVERMAN tells the story of contact between the Wampanoag and the Plymouth colonists from the Indian perspective in…

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The Next Question; The Video Web Series Imagining How Expansive Racial Justice Can Be. October 24, 2019

The Princeton YWCA (59 Paul Robeson Place) continues its eight week series following The Next Question today, October 24 at 6 PM for part two of two with Andre Henry.  Screening and discussion will be held in the Bramwell House….

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Reclaiming the bodies of children who died at Carlisle Indian School

Philadelphia Inquirer reporter Jeff Gammage tells Annette John-Hall, co-host of The Why, the history of the Carlisle Indian School, the efforts of tribes to have the remains of children who died at the school returned to them, and the on-going…

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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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