Not In Our Town Princeton

Category: Video


Choosing “good” picture books featuring diverse (BIPOC) characters video

Embrace Race’s April 28 live session, Choosing “good” picture books featuring Black, Indigenous and People of Color characters is now available as a video.  and read our guests’ how-to action guide posted on our website. The transcript and more resources…

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Indigenous Lands and the Land-Grant University System: A Talks @ Pulitzer

In case you missed the April 21, 2020 talk about the “Land-Grab Universities,” you can watch the recording by clicking here. “Passed in 1862, the Morrill Act gave 11 million acres of public land to states to sell off to…

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Black Skin, White Masks: Racism, Vulnerability & Refuting Black Pathology

Professor Ruha Benjamin shifts the discussion of the intersection of race and the current pandemic “to focus on the kind of transformation that has to happen, that IS happening, at the level of our social consciousness, where anti-blackness is so…

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The Princeton and Slavery Plays, Part 1

“In 2016, McCarter [Theatre] commissioned 7 short plays in conjunction with Princeton University’s national public rollout of The Princeton and Slavery Project. History Professor Martha Sandweiss spearheaded this powerful community initiative, examining how the history of Princeton University is entwined…

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Jacqueline Woodson reading Brown Girl Dreaming, April 6-10 10:30am EST

Author Jacqueline Woodson reads from her memoir in poetry each morning this week on Facebook.  She leaves each session up for 24 hours.  Enjoy!

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