Not In Our Town Princeton


Nobel Nominee Speaks at Unity Awards

UNITY AWARDS: Nobel Peace Prize nominee Victor Ochen (right) congratulates (from left) Unity Award winners Kimberly Rojas and Harvi Shergill, eighth graders at John Witherspoon Middle School, and Tatianna Sims, a graduating senior from Princeton High. (Photo by Roland Glover)….

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Continuing Conversation: Color Blindness

Please join us on Monday, May 4, 7 p.m., in the Story Room (3rd floor) for our Continuing Conversations on Race and White Privilege. This month we will be focusing on examining “Color Blindness: and other kinds of unconscious biases….

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Cross Cultural Conversation: Danielle Allen

Danielle Allen, an eminent classicist and ethicist,  advocates for intercultural conversations — of the very same kind that Not in Our Town holds once a month on first Mondays at the Princeton Public Library. She speaks at a Princeton Regional Chamber…

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Black History Month: Why Does it Matter?

Join Continuing Conversations on Race and White Privilege on March 2, at 7 p.m. when Don Stryker and Howard Hudson will facilitate a discussion focusing on perceptions of Black History Month. Everyone is welcome to this safe, confidential opportunity to talk about difficult…

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Continuing Conversation: Dear White People

Continuing Conversations on Race will discuss the film satire  “Dear White People” on Monday, November 3, at 7 p.m.  at the rinceton Public Library. This monthly discussion is a safe, confidential place to discuss sensitive subjects. Try to catch the movie at…

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