Not In Our Town Princeton


Continuing Conversation on Race and White Privilege, January 6, 2020

Prison Abolition and the Long Freedom Struggle Princeton University Associate Professor Ruha Benjamin will return to lead us in the final session of our series of Continuing Conversations about race and the criminal justice system. (Dr. Benjamin writes, teaches, and speaks widely about…

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Dear White People: About Botham Jean, Forgiveness, Justice, and Cheap Grace

Rev. Dr. Karyn Carlo, retired New York City Police Captain turned preacher, teacher, and theologian, reflects on the sentencing of Amber Guyger for the murder of Botham Jean.  “We don’t have to think about the thousands of lynchings, unjust crucifixions,…

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Oppose the Proposed Purchase of an Armored Vehicle for Mercer County

Members of Not in Our Town Princeton submitted the following letter to local newspapers.  Show your opposition to the proposed purchase by the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office by contacting Freeholders (information below) and attending the Freeholders meeting. September 6, 2019…

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Continuing Conversation on Race and White Privilege, TUESDAY, September 2, 2019

The Princeton Public Library is CLOSED for Labor Day on Monday, so Continuing Conversations will take place at 7pm on TUESDAY, September 3rd to learn about and discuss important ideas in connection with the current state of policing in America….

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N.Y.P.D. Use of Surveillance Technology on Adolescent Photos

“The New York Police Department has been loading thousands of arrest photos of children and teenagers into a facial recognition database despite evidence the technology has a higher risk of false matches in younger faces. . . . Technology that…

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