Not In Our Town Princeton


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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Starting Today, March 15, Joint Effort Safe Streets Program in Honor of Women’s History Month, March 15-17, 2018

Joint Effort Safe Streets Program in honor of  Women’s History Month will sponsor and support 3 days of Princeton Witherspoon – Jackson Community activities during the month from March 15-17, 2018. For more information call [720]629-0964 or Event Date and…

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Then and Now: Growing Up African American in Princeton, Monday, February 12, 2018

Then and Now: Growing Up African American in Princeton Monday, February 12, 2018, 10:30 am, Suzanne Patterson Building, Princeton “Join us for an intergenerational panel discussion led by longtime Princeton resident, Shirley Satterfield, as we dive into the generational perspective…

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Challenging Slavery and Its Legacies in Princeton, November 29, 2017

Slavery has permeated the history of this country, in Princeton as elsewhere, but it also has faced significant opposition. As part of the Princeton & Slavery project, Witherspoon residents will join panelists Rodger Taylor, Fred Jerome, and Kitsi Watterson, to…

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Ruha Benjamin Leads Discussion about Einstein on Race and Racism, October 10, 7 pm

As part of the Princeton & Slavery Project, join Ruha Benjamin, Associate Professor in African American Studies at Princeton University, for a discussion of Einstein on Race and Racism by Fred Jerome and Rodger Taylor at the Princeton Public Library, Princeton…

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