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Rev. Dr. Jamie Washington speaking at Carl Fields Center: “It’s time for class.”

“This session will engage the importance of greater class consciousness for building a more inclusive Princeton.”  Rev. Dr. Jamie Washington will lead this event on Wednesday, October 8, 2014 at 6 pm at the Carl Fields Center, Princeton University.

Rev. Dr. Jamie Washington speaking at Princeton U.

Rev. Dr. Jamie Washington speaking at Princeton U.


Scholar of ways that individuals racially code and categorize people wins MacArthur “genius” grant

Jennifer L. Eberhardt, Stanford University social psychologist,  was named a 2014 MacArthur Fellow for her work “regarding visual attention and racial bias in modern policing and criminal sentencing [. She] offers concrete demonstrations that stereotypic associations between race and crime directly impact how individuals behave and make decisions.”

Seen on the Kiosk

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Thanks to the Spruills — Larry and Fern — for their youth mentoring groups, Concerned Princetonians and Faithful Princetonians! Every Thursday!

The Fabric of Our Identity by Imani Perry

Imani Perry, Princeton scholar of law, culture, race — and hip hop, is interviewed by Krista Tippet at the Chautauqua Institution.

LALDEF: a more just and inclusive society

Congratulations to the Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.

At a press conference  on Monday September 15 at 2 PM ,  at the Mediterra Restaurant on Hulfish Street, Princeton.  LALDEF representatives will review the agency’s trajectory over the last decade of service to the community, and the challenges lying ahead, and recognize significant individuals and organizations who have supported it over the years.

Founded in Princeton in 2004 by a vocal group of advocates for the civil rights of  Latin American immigrants ensnared in the sharp escalation in immigration enforcement, in the wake of the tragic 9/11 events,  LALDEF has gradually expanded its role in the Mercer County region.

Today, from its Welcome House Community Center in Trenton, LALDEF provides a panoply of direct services to facilitate the incorporation of immigrant families and workers into the fabric of our community, while remaining faithful to its original advocacy roots and vision to help build a more just and inclusive society.

Members of the original founding group, former and current trustees, staff and clients of the organization will be in attendance, as well as representatives from various other organizations which are past and present LALDEF partners. Two board members at Not in Out Town are involved. Larry Spruill is on the board of trustees and the late Ann Yasuhara was a founding member and on the advisory committee.

For an invitation to this event contact the Latin American Legal Defense and Education fund at 609-688-0881 or

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