Not In Our Town Princeton


Princeton Parents for Black Children (PPBC)

Princeton Parents for Black Children (PPBC) was registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in November 2020. It is a collective voice to advocate for equity and to support all Black students in the Princeton Public School District. General meetings are held…

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How Adults Can Talk about Race with Children, May 26, 2021

All are welcome to attend this program from Princeton Public Schools about race conversations with children and  Ibram X. Kendi and Jason Reynolds’ newest book Stamped. To register click here.

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Middle School Renaming: Community Voting

In July 2020, Princeton High School alumnus Geoff Allen began a petition drive to remove the name John Witherspoon from the public middle school. In August, after receiving Allen’s letter and holding public hearings, the Princeton Public Schools Board of…

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Princeton Parents Launch Black Students’ Advocacy Organization in Public Schools

By Donald Gilpin, Town Topics, January 20, 2021 A group of local parents has initiated the Princeton Parents for Black Children (PPBC), a nonprofit organization to support and advocate for Black students in Princeton Public Schools (PPS). Citing “unique challenges…

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Princeton Public Schools Equity Committee meeting, March 9, 2020

From Committee Chair Michele Tuck-Ponder: The Princeton Board of Education Equity Committee will meet on March 9, 2020 at 7pm in the Valley Road Conference Room (25 Valley Road, Princeton).   On the agenda for Monday: Panorama Education (PE) will make…

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