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Princeton: Yesterday and Today

Not In Our Town board member Shirley Satterfield, the acknowledged historian of the Princeton African American community, reminisces about the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood and the former “Colored Y,” now the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts which houses the Arts Council…

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Freedom Summer: 50 Years Later. Letter to the Editor

U.S.1: To the Editor Freedom Summer: 50 Years Later This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Freedom Summer Project, the nonviolent effort by civil rights activists to integrate Mississippi’s segregated political system. Princeton was fortunate to have Robert Moses,…

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Freedom Summer Panel

Nearly 70 people came to hear NIOT’s excellent panel at Princeton Public Library on Thursday, with Ted Fetter (center of group photo) moderating four panelists (in order of photos: Joseph Moore, Michael Lipsky, Shirley Satterfield, and Benjamin Colbert) and two…

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Freedom Summer Panel Discussion, Thursday, November 20, 7 pm

The Princeton Public Library ( 65 Witherspoon St. Princeton, NJ ) will present a panel of Princeton residents and others from the local area who participated in Freedom Summer and Civil Rights events in 1964 share their memories. The panel…

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