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Charlottesville: a response

(By Sara J. Benincasa, crossposted from Medium) What to Do About Charlottesville Help folks targeted by those who would erase them When I feel hopeless and impotent, the quickest cure is to be of service in some way. When I read…

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Vulgar dysfunction results from White Privilege

The White House bad boys benefit from the privilege that society gives white men. Read this 4 minute Think Privilege essay by Sam Fullwood III here. 

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Program to Spur Low-Income Housing Is Keeping Cities Segregated

“A review of federal data by The New York Times found that in the United States’ biggest metropolitan areas, low-income housing projects that use federal tax credits — the nation’s biggest source of funding for affordable housing — are disproportionately…

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In Response to: Across Nassau Street

The Princeton Alumni Weekly’s article about Kathryn Watterson’s oral history of the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood, I Hear My People Singing: Voices of African American Princeton, elicited letters from alumni about their experiences.  Philip L. Johnson ’61 wrote, “There were many white…

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Volunteer Opportunity: Summer Dig at the Dr. James Still Historic Site

For the second summer in a row, archaeological work will be taking place in Medford, NJ at the Dr. James Still Historic Site.  Volunteers are needed in the excavation and processing of finds.  Dr. James Still  was a distinguished herbalist,…

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