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Racism is a Public Health Crisis: Item on Princeton Council Agenda, June 8, 2020

From the Princeton Weekly Newsletter from Mayor Lempert and Princeton Council: The protests against police brutality come in the middle of an unprecedented pandemic that is disproportionately killing people of color, particularly black Americans because of higher levels of underlying…

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COVID: Ways to help, part 1. Princeton Mutual Aid Network.

Looking to donate to organizations providing food, rent payments, etc. during the Covid crisis?   An earlier post linked to the princetoncovid.org,  and its Ways to Help section for information about where to get and give help during the pandemic…

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Princetoncovid.org: Local Information on the Pandemic

Princeton Public Library is spearheading a partnership with the Municipality of Princeton and Princeton Public Schools to create a single source of information for the Princeton community. All information on this site has been verified by the partner institutions. In…

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ROMUS BROADWAY: THROUGH HIS LENS; A Personal Visual History, November 18, 2019

On Monday, November 18 at 10:30 a.m. at the Princeton Senior Resource Center (45 Stockton Street, Suzanne Patterson Building, Princeton) Romus Broadway will chronicle his experience living in a Princeton that was once segregated and discuss his version of that history. Mr. Broadway’s powerful visual…

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Self Tour of African American Life in Princeton Unveiled

A self-guided Heritage Tour, sponsored by the Witherspoon–Jackson Historical and Cultural Society (WJHCS) to commemorate 29 noted African American sites in Princeton, is about to become a reality.  For many decades Ms. Shirley Satterfield has been conducting educational tours of the…

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