Not In Our Town Princeton


This Land Is a Sanctuary for Aboriginal Women. Bulldozers May Soon Come.

A proposed highway upgrade threatens to destroy the location “in the highlands of southeastern Australia has been a sanctuary for the women of the Djab Wurrung people, where babies were delivered in the hollows of majestic birthing trees and the…

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From Australia’s ‘Stolen Generation’ to Celebrated Poet

Ali Cobby Eckermann, one of Australia’s ‘Stolen Generation,’ the children who were taken from their indigenous birth parents and adopted into other families, will receive Yale University’s Windham-Campbell prize for poetry.  Noting that there are more Indigenous Australian children in…

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Past Sins Made Present

Having witnessed “acknowledgement of  country,” statements preceding performances and other public events in Australia that recognize the indigenous inhabitants, author Angela Flournoy wonders how such a ritual could take place in the United States.

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Black Balance, a Senior Art Show by Amber Stewart

The Princeton University Program in Visual Arts will present an exhibition of large-format photography by visual arts major Amber Stewart in the Lucas Gallery at 185 Nassau Street from March 30 – April 3. Her photography explores themes and questions…

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