Check back during the month. New events and information will be added as they are announced.
September 12 – 20 Princeton Welcoming Week
1. Recipe sharing – sharing recipes you might make to welcome someone into their home or neighborhood. We invite you to share your own recipe, or make one of the recipes submitted for a neighbor!
2. Reflecting on community – 2020 has been a year of great changes in the way we do many things. One thing remains clear; connecting with others, and finding ways to build community, even if socially distanced are still critical. We invite you to reflect, at this moment, about the way you are connecting with others.
September 14 DEADLINE for submission–Art Against Racism: Memorial.Monument.Movement
Submissions will be part of an interactive exhibition on the Art Against Racism website, going live on October 3, 2020 at 5 pm EST. For more information, click here.
September 16, 23 and 30 7:00 to 8:45 pm Mindful of race: becoming an anti-racist webinar series 2.0
Trainings with Dr. Nathalie Edmond, based on Ruth King’s book Mindful of Race: Transforming Racism from the Inside Out. Cost is based on what you can pay: $100 (scholarship), $150 (pay self) or $200 (help pay for others). Click here for more information and to register.
September 16 8:00 pm Critical Reflections about Equity in Education with Dr. John B. King and Dr. Janice K. Jackson
First in Facing History Now: Conversations on Equity and Justice series. Click here to register.
September 17 12:30 pm Project HOME Town Hall: Combatting Housing Discrimination
Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal, Rachel Wainer Apter, Director, New Jersey Division on Civil Rights, Janel Winter, Director, Division of Housing & Community Resources, NJ Department of Community Affairs, James C. Williams IV., Director of Racial Justice Policy, Fair Share Housing Center, Michael McNeil, Executive Director, STEPS & NJ NAACP Housing Executive Committee Chairperson. Click here to register.
September 19 10:00 to 11:30 am “African Immigrants in the City of Brotherly Love,” a webinar co-sponsored by Coalition for Peace Action Pennsylvania Chapter and the UN Association of Greater Philadelphia. How do we support new African immigrants, in the challenges they face in the United States and our communities? Advance registration required, click here. The event is limited to 100 people.
September 21 7:00 pm True Justice Screening & Discussion
Facebook Live Screening & Discussion Led by Dr. Walter D. Greason, Monmouth University. This free program is sponsored by Chhange, Brookdale Community College’s History Department, the New Jersey Social Justice Remembrance Coalition, and the NAACP of Greater Red Bank.
September 22 7:00 pm In Conversation with local author-illustrators Barbara DiLorenzo & Rashad Malik Davis
This curated series of discussions designed to celebrate and connect those who make art and those who love art. Hosted by Timothy M. Andrews. Click here to register.
September 23 1:00 pm Architecture and Experience: Designing a New Art Museum for Princeton with Architect Sir David Adjaye and Museum Director James Steward
Join Museum Director James Steward and Sir David Adjaye for an illustrated talk affording the first glimpses of the facility due to open in late 2024. Free registration for the Architecture and Experience lecture via Zoom here. (When prompted, click to sign in as “attendee”)
September 23 7:00 pm Understanding Princeton’s African-American History: An Exploration Through Places
Witherspoon-Jackson resident and Not in Our Town board member, Shirley Satterfield, will showcase the 29 plaques, illustrating the rich history of African-American establishments in Princeton, that have been installed and will soon be installed as the Heritage Tour in the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood, Princeton’s 20th historic district. Click here to register via Crowdcast .
September 24 7:00 – 9:00 pm Transforming Criminal Justice in Our Lifetime: Michelle Alexander’s The New Jim Crow 10 YEARS LATER
Keynote speaker Dr. Ruha Benjamin. Panelists: Rev. Benjamin Boyer, Salvation and Social Justice, Udi Ofer, ACLU Deputy National Political Director, and Brooke Lewis, New Jersey Institute for Social Justice. Sign up for your free ticket here.
September 25 7:00 pm Bucks County Book Festival Keynote Speaker Ibram X. Kendi
For additional information and registration, click here.
September 26 3:00 – 4:30 pm Shaping Peace Together: Identifying Stereotyping and Microaggressions in our Daily Lives
Presented by La Convivencia’s Youth Council. Click here to register.
September 30 10:00 – 11:30 am COVID-19, Youth of Color, and Suicide Risk Indicators
Guest speaker: Kimme Carlos, founder of Urban Mental Health Alliance. Click here to register
September 30 7:00 pm Understanding the History of Racism in Princeton: An Exploration Through Archives
Historical Society of Princeton staff and members of the Witherspoon-Jackson Historical and Cultural Society explore ten historic documents from Princeton that touch on histories of slavery, discrimination, school and housing segregation, and resistance, revealing the origins of the ongoing struggle for equity, diversity, and inclusion. Click here to register.
Oct. 1 7:00 pm Building & Sustaining Racially-Progressive Schools
Not in Our Town Princeton organized panel discussion, inspired by the New York Times podcast series “Nice White Parents,” with education leaders and Princeton Public Schools administrators, teachers, parents, students and alumni. TO REGISTER, PLEASE EMAIL INFO@NIOTPRINCETON.ORG
Oct 1, 8, and 15 7:00 – 9:00 pm What White People Can Do About Racism, Fundamentals Part 1 To learn more and to register, click here. Cost: $95. Center for the Study of White American Culture, Inc, (908) 245-4972, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.euroamerican.org
Oct 4, Oct 18, Nov 1 and Nov 15 4 pm – 6:30 pm Roots Deeper Than Whiteness: building emotional strength & political clarity for collective liberation.
Online Course with White Awake. Facilitators: Eleanor Hancock and David Dean. Sliding scale $80 – $240 fee for course. No one turned away for lack of funds. Click here to register.
Oct 6 1:00 pm Racial Equity and Housing Justice during and after COVID-19
Ta-Nehisi Coates speaks at this National Low Income Housing Coalition program. Register for this live-stream event at: https://bit.ly/32yRqi6. Submit questions through the registration page or via social media using #RacialEquityandCOVID.
October 7 7:00 pm Understanding the History of Racism in Princeton: An Exploration Through Archives
Repeat of September 30 Historical Society of Princeton and the Witherspoon-Jackson Historical and Cultural Society event. Click here to register.
Oct 13, 7:00 pm A Dialogue with Taylor “Todd” Marrow III
Professor Marrow will discuss his new edition of America Awakened: The anti-lynching campaign of Ida B. Wells-Barnett and his life growing up in Princeton. Required donation of $20.00 to the Witherspoon-Jackson Historical and Cultural Society will fund the installation of historical plaques in the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood.. To register, go to www.princetonwjhcs.org.
Many attendees from September 8th’s Continuing Conversation asked for the link to Dr. Avery Ince’s video. Click here to view.