Continuing Conversations

Not In Our Town Princeton hosts a monthly gathering at the Princeton Public Library entitled, “Continuing Conversations on Race & White Privilege.”

Our statement of intent with regards to these gatherings is as follows:

“Our priority is to create a safe and welcoming atmosphere in which our African American sisters and brothers and other people of color will feel respected and have their stories listened to and really heard.  We are motivated to explore our own privilege and biases and to continue to learn and grow by hearing each other’s stories, so that we can best make a difference.”

We welcome anyone who is committed to working to dismantle racism and build an inclusive community to join us on the first Monday of every month, at 7 pm, the Princeton Public Library‘s Community Room, just inside the front doors of the library, near the café, if gathering in public is deemed safe, if not, we’ll see you on Zoom!

Continuing Conversations are just that… continuing. We meet every month, and those who gather are inevitably a mix of long-term supporters and first-time attenders… we are happy to have you join us, wherever you are on your journey towards helping to build communities characterized by racial justice and inclusivity.

Please join us, and bring a friend!

 

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