Not In Our Town Princeton

Category: Website


Microaggressions: power, privilege, and everyday life

Want to keep up with the conversation about microaggressions?  This website is the place.

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In Motion: The African-American Migration Experience

Selected by the Reference & User Services Association of the American Library Association as one of the  Best Free Reference Websites in 2015, In Motion: The African-American Migration Experience “presents a new interpretation of African-American history, one that focuses on…

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Citizenship & Social Justice

Have you resolved to learn more about race and white privilege in 2016?  Get an early start by reading resources listed on the website of Jon Greenberg, a public high school teacher and writer, including “Curriculum for White Americans to…

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Meeting about the Formation of the Witherspoon-Jackson Historic District, Monday, November 30, 2015, 7:30 pm

The meeting in the Princeton Municipal building Council room will focus on the survey and report of the consultant hired by the Princeton Council to evaluate the proposal to make the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood an historic district. A website was created…

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Documenting Ferguson

Washington University Library’s Documenting Ferguson was a winner of the National Digital Stewardship Alliance’s 2015  Innovation Award.  The website states its purpose: “Documenting Ferguson is a digital repository that seeks to preserve and make accessible community- and media-generated, original content…

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