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Linking Health and Mortality Racial Differences to Experience and Perceptions of Discrimination

In an op ed in the New York Times (November 12, 2017), Douglas Jacobs refers to the “[m]ore than 700 studies on the link between discrimination and health . . . published since 2000. This body of work establishes a…

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An Evening of Advocacy to Extend DACA, October 10, 2017

An Evening of Advocacy to Extend DACA Trinity Church, 33 Mercer St., Princeton, NJ 08540 Tuesday October 10, 2017 Open House 4:30pm-7:30pm Come for 30-45 minutes to learn from veterans of the social justice movement about the best (and easiest)…

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Immigrant Resources – DACA update

With the recent announcement about DACA, the Princeton Human Services Department has updated its Immigrant Resource Guides with more helpful resources for DACA recipients. Click here to access the English version. Con las recientes noticias de la Administración Trump sobre…

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Immigration Resources and Information

For the latest version of the Immigration Resources and Information packet, in English and Spanish, contact the Princeton Human Services Department, 609-688-2055. In addition to this information, members of the Princeton Human Services Commission and the department executive director have…

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Slaves weren’t immigrants. They were property.

Dr. Tera W. Hunter, professor in the history department and department of African-American studies at Princeton University, explains why the misrepresentation of American history, as in Ben Carson’s recent talk, is harmful.  “Retrofitting a generic definition of the term “immigrant”…

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