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Voices of African American Princeton, February 22, 2021

Join Center for Theological Inquiry Director William Storrar in dialogue with author Kathryn “Kitsi” Watterson and local historian Shirley Satterfield as they discuss the book I Hear My People Singing, acclaimed by Cornel West as “laying bare the rich humanity…

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The Racial Justice of Albert Einstein

In honor of Albert Einstein’s birthday March 14 (also known as Pi Day) let us remember his strong commitment to racial justice for African Americans, including his friendship with Paul Robeson with whom he advocated for anti-lynching laws. As well…

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Learning Opportunities for Black History Month and Beyond

Are you looking for ways to increase your knowledge and understanding of race in Princeton and America?  The Princeton Adult School is offering two courses to help you. I HEAR MY PEOPLE SINGING — VOICES OF AFRICAN AMERICAN PRINCETON: A…

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Princeton Adult School Spring Courses

There are two courses being offered at the Princeton Adult School that are relevant to racial issues and African American history.  To register, click here. RACIAL LITERACY IN THE CONTEXT OF DOMINATION AND PROGRESS Instructor: Joy Barnes-Johnson, eqSTreaM educator focused…

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Register for Princeton & Slavery Readings and Discussion, November 29, 2017, 7 pm

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