Not In Our Town Princeton

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Events, January, 2022

Continue checking this post for updates and additional events.  All times are ET (Eastern Standard Time). January 3, 2022 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. Continuing Conversations on Race and White Privilege: “Looking Back at the Capitol Insurrection: Growing Far-Right Extremism and…

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Heritage Tour Plaque Dedication

On Saturday, December 11, 2021, 29 plaques on the Heritage Tour in the Witherspoon-Jackson Historic District were unveiled. During the walk, Witherspoon Jackson Historical and Cultural Society president and NIOT board member, Shirley Satterfield, discussed the plaques and the history of…

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Rally to Support Reparations, December 2, 2021

Beth Morgan, from the Campaign to End the New Jim Crow (Trenton chapter), provided information about this and other rallies on Thursday: On Thursday, Dec. 2 there will be 3 consecutive rallies at the State House in Trenton. One of…

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Bending the Moral Arc – Courageous Conversations on Race and Social Justice

Decades after enslaved Black Princetonians left the Nassau Street Presbyterian Church with its segregated seating to start the Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church, members from both churches began to work towards reconciliation, working together on projects and meeting regularly.  Their conversations…

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Thanksgiving Myth Busting Flashcards

In time for the holiday, race educator, Debby Irving, provides an activity to use for Thanksgiving. “I’m making the activity sharable so all of us interested in justice can help our families understand how divisions are built on untruths. 1)…

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