Not In Our Town Princeton


Lift Every Voice and Sing! ft. Minister William D. Carter III & Special Guests, February 20, 2016

Honor Black History Month on Saturday, February 20 at 7:30 pm with powerful vocalist and songwriter Minister William D. Carter III and The Arts Council of Princeton. As a gifted entertainer,  Minister Carter has appeared with the renowned male ensemble, Three2Five,…

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America’s ‘Postracial’ Fantasy

Anna Holmes draws on her experience growing up biracial in America to discuss self-identification and other people’s perceptions.  For a fictionalized take on the subject, read Mat Johnson‘s Loving Day.   How do you identify people you see?  Try PBS’ “Sorting…

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Witherspoon-Jackson Neighborhood Stories Project Launch, February 22

Share stories and histories of the W-J Neighborhood and celebrate the launch of the W-J Neighborhood Stories Project, Sunday, February 22, 3-5 pm at the Princeton Arts Council. Collaborators include the Paul Robeson House, Princeton Public Library and the Historical…

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Princeton: Yesterday and Today

Not In Our Town board member Shirley Satterfield, the acknowledged historian of the Princeton African American community, reminisces about the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood and the former “Colored Y,” now the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts which houses the Arts Council…

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Freedom Summer Exhibit Moved to the Arts Council

The Freedom Summer exhibit, on loan from the Wisconsin Historical Society, has opened at the Arts Council of Princeton, Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, 102 Witherspoon Street, where it will be on display though Sunday, December 21. Hours: Sat 12/13:     9-5 Sun…

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