Not In Our Town Princeton


Princeton University Reach in, Teach in, December 12, 2015 video

In case you missed the teach in about black student activism at Princeton University announced in a previous post, you can watch the video.

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Reach In, Teach In: Black Activism and Consciousness at Princeton

Come out on December 12, 2015 from 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. to learn about (and of course, discuss) Black activism on campus throughout the past and into the present. Supportive of the campus movement over the past year but want to…

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The Case against Woodrow Wilson at Princeton

As the New York Times editorial on November 25, 2015 states the student activists at Princeton University who prodded the University administration to acknowledge publicly Woodrow Wilson’s “toxic legacy” “performed a valuable public service.”

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Stand Against Racist Cultures on Campus

Peniel E. Joseph, professor and founding director of the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy, the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin, comments on recent racist incidents and student activist…

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Youth Activists for Racial Justice Partner with Not in Our Town

Not in Our Town (NiOT) members have reason to be very hopeful based on our partnerships with the following young people right here in Princeton. Ziad Ahmed Ziad Ahmed, a Princeton Day School junior, started redefy, an organization committed to…

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