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Virtual Continuing Conversation on TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 2020 at 7 pm; Racial Literacy in the Schools

2020 Vision for Racial Literacy & Justice: Clarity in spite of Chaos—Sharing from the PHS RLJ Community Please note the change of date to June 2 (7 pm) to hear Princeton High School students from the spring semester Racial Literacy…

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REMINDER: Have dinner at Nassau St. Panera, Thursday, October 10 to support the Princeton High School Racial Literacy trip.

Below are ways to participate in raising funds: 1) Dinner at Nassau St. Panera’s (4 to 8 pm October 10), 2) Popcorn cones orders until October 15, 3) Direct donation contact Mr. Eric Karch, EricKarch@princetonk12.org. Racial literacy has long been…

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Howard Stevenson, “If Elephants Could Talk; Racial Literacy for Everyday Racism,” keynote of Rutgers GSAPP annual culture conference, October 25, 2019

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Racial Literacy Jeopardy

How much racial history have you learned?  Test yourself below. 9066 What is the number of Roosevelt’s executive order removing enemy aliens to internment camps? President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s executive order issued on February 19, 1941 ordered the removal of…

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Tell Me Who You Are: Sharing Our Stories of Race, Culture, and Identity, June 5, 2019

Labyrinth and the Princeton Public Library invite you to be part of the book launch for Winona Guo and Priya Vulchi’s Tell Me Who You Are. Come listen to the co-authors and Princeton natives tell their story; and bring your…

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