Not In Our Town Princeton


Black Prophetic Rage in the Age of Ferguson

Reverend Osagyefo Sekou, pleaded not guilty at Ferguson.“I will not submit to be charged with praying, nor do I accept the righteousness of the some 60 charges laid against those participating in the Moral Monday protests during Ferguson October,” said…

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Princeton Seminary Conference on Faith and Race, April 16–18, 2015

John R. Lewis, civil rights leader, U.S. representative for Georgia’s fifth congressional district, will receive the Seminary’s Kuyper Prize for Excellence in Reformed Theology and Public Life and deliver the Kuyper Prize Lecture to open the Seminary’s annual Kuyper Conference….

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“Black Lives Matter: A Movement, An Affirmation of Theology”

Black History Month Teach-In, “Black Lives Matter: A Movement, An Affirmation of Theology,” Saturday, February 28, 11:00 a.m., in the Daniel J. Theron Assembly Room, Seminary Library, sponsored by Association of Black Seminarians.  Presented by Ahmad Green- Hayes, Janisha Gabriel, and Carmen…

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Bayard Rustin: The Invisible Man, Friday, February 20, Princeton Theological Seminary

Join writer-director Carla Alleyne and her tremendous cast in a timely expose of the struggles, activism, and transcendence of Bro. Bayard Rustin at the Princeton Theological Seminary, Gambrell Room, Scheide Hall, Friday, February 20, 7-9 pm. The Invisible Man is…

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Efforts Against Racism: noted in the Princeton Echo

The monthly newspaper,  Princeton Echo , featured Not in Our Town in a lengthy article entitled “A Community Unites Against Racism.”  Six members of NIOT Princeton wrote about our group’s history — how it began — and its mission. The same…

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