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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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Learning Opportunities for Black History Month and Beyond

Are you looking for ways to increase your knowledge and understanding of race in Princeton and America?  The Princeton Adult School is offering two courses to help you. I HEAR MY PEOPLE SINGING — VOICES OF AFRICAN AMERICAN PRINCETON: A…

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African American History Events, December 11, 2018

“Open Archive: Segregation in Princeton,” Princeton Public Library, 5:30-7:00 PM Explore original artifacts and archival materials that tell the story of segregation in Princeton – from businesses to schools to the local fight for civil rights. Presented in conjunction with…

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Princeton Plan Panel Discussion, October 18, 2018

On October 18, 2018, 7:00 – 8:30 pm at Updike Farmstead, 354 Quaker Road, Princeton, there will be a panel discussion, in conjunction with exhibitions at Updike Farmstead and Princeton Public Library, to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the “Princeton…

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Walking Histories: Race and Protest at Princeton and in Trenton, May 31, 2018

This series of performance walks through the Princeton University campus, created by theater artist Aaron Landsman and historian Alison Isenberg in collaboration with Princeton students, examines how issues of race and protest, in Trenton and on campus, are imprinted on Princeton’s buildings and…

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