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Imani Perry & Kinohi Nishikawa in Conversation—”May We Forever Stand: A History of the Black National Anthem,” April 5, 2018

On April 5 at 6 pm at Labyrinth Books, Princeton, Imani Perry, Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University, and Kinohi Nishikawa, Assistant Professor of English and African American Studies at Princeton University, will discuss Perry’s new book, May…

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Virginia Eubanks & Kathryn Edin in Conversation — “Automating Inequality,” March 29, 2018

On Thursday, March 29 at 6 pm at Labyrinth Books, Nassau Street, Princeton, the Housing Initiative of Princeton (HIP) is hosting a conversation between Virginia Eubanks, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University at Albany, SUNY and author of…

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Hands Around Princeton for Dreamers, Tuesday, November 28 at noon, Hinds Plaza

Members of the Princeton community are invited to Hinds Plaza on Tuesday, November 28th at noon, to join hands in support of a Clean Dream Act. This will be a visible action that calls on Congress to pass the Dream…

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Wallace Best & Judith Weisenfeld in Conversation — Langston’s Salvation: American Religion and the Bard of Harlem, November 9, 2017

Princeton University professors Wallace D. Best and Judith Weisenfeld discuss Best’s new book on Hughes: a new perspective on the role of religion in the poet’s work. Their conversation, sponsored by Labyrinth Books and Princeton University’s Departments of Religion and…

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Sources for Racially Diverse Books for Children

Looking for book gifts or summer reading for children?  Annie Farrell, kids book selector at Labyrinth Books in Princeton, has provided a link to 1000 Black Girl Books Resource Guide, created from the #1000blackgirlbooks campaign led by Marley Dias. There…

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