Not In Our Town Princeton


Official Statement Condemning Recent Incident of Hate Speech

When racist and anti-Semitic slurs appeared on an 8th grade web-based project, Princeton government and religious leaders produced the statement below.  Superintendent Steve Cochrane published a statement earlier on behalf of the school district.  To read that statement, click here….

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Mayor Lempert Signs Mayors’ Compact to Combat Hate, Extremism and Bigotry

Here is the letter sent to Mayor Lempert by members of the Not in Our Town board and appearing in the Town Topics (Wednesday, August 30, 2017, p. 14) and U.S. 1 commending her for signing the Mayors’ Compact to…

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Mensaje de la alcaldesa Liz Lempert y el Consejo de Princeton

A raíz de una de las elecciones más divisivas y difíciles en la historia de nuestro país, es importante para nosotros unirnos como ciudad y comprometernos nuevamente con los valores de inclusión, diversidad, y oportunidad. Mucho puede suceder a nivel…

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Post-Election Statement from Mayor Liz Lempert and Princeton Council

In the aftermath of one of the most divisive and fractious elections in our country’s history, it is important for us to come together as a town and recommit ourselves to the values of inclusion, diversity and opportunity.  Much progress…

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Princeton Community Event: Humanizing Our Responses to the Recent National Tragedies

Mayor of Princeton Liz Lempert, Police Chief Nicholas Sutter, Rabbi Adam Feldman of the Jewish Center, and Rev. Matthew Ristuccia of Stone Hill Church invite the entire community to join them in an important event in response to the recent…

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