Not In Our Town Princeton


“How to be together differently in a New America” by Eddie Glaude

Eddie S. Glaude, Jr., the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor at Princeton University, addresses the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor on a personal level and as markers of the relentlessness of racism in America.  Click…

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Was Ahmaud Arbery Lynched and Why Does it Matter?

Margaret Burnham, professor at Northeastern University School of Law and the founder of the Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project, explains how the killing of “Ahmaud Arbery on February 23 by Gregory and Travis McMichael constituted a lynching, in law,…

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Affirming Black Lives Without Inducing Trauma

From Teaching Tolerance: “This week, we were disappointed to see wide circulation of the videos showing Ahmaud Arbery’s and Sean Reed’s shooting deaths. Educators have a responsibility to engage with students about this violence against Black men—and the white supremacist…

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Ahmaud Arbrey is another in the long line of killings of young black men by white male vigilantes

From Not in Our Town Princeton board member Caroline Clarke: Same ole Same ole…No where to run. No where to just be. Ahmaud Arbrey is another name in the long line of young black men killed by white male vigilantes….

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Saturday May 9 #RunWithMaud #AhmaudArbery #Wearedonedying #JusticeforAhmaud

Thank you to Catherine J. Fulmer-Hogan and Tatiana Joelle for creating this family event and extending it to others as a way for us to support and demonstrate the lack of justice experienced by the African Community And other People…

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