Stand Against Racism 2016

Winners of the Princeton Prize 2016

Three days of Stand Aginst Racism-realted activities? A talk for parents on Thursday, a breakfast and a celebration at Hinds Plaza on Friday, and examples of activism at its best on Saturday.

On Thursday, hear a talk for parents and teachers on how to talk with children about difficult subjects like race. It is Thursday, April 28 at the Princeton Public Library, info here.

The YWCA is having a breakfast to discuss the issues at the Nassau Inn on Friday, April 29, and youthful activists, including Committed and Faithful Princetonians, will host an event at Hinds Plaza at 4 p.m. (if it rains, in the Princeton Public Library. Details here. 

The Princeton Prize Symposium on Race is Friday and Saturday, April 29 and 30 and PUMC’s Michele Tuck-Ponder gives one of the workshops. Saturday’s proceedings are open to the public. For more info click here

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Stand Against Racism: April 25

Everyone is invited to the 7th annual Stand Against Racism on Friday, April 25, from 5:45 to 8:30 p.m. at the Hinds Plaza, by the Princeton Public Library. Participants will make a pledge and sign a banner.

There will be music and messages, followed by a discussion inside the community room at the library. This event has been arranged by the Princeton YWCA and the Princeton Human Services Commission and it is co-sponsored by Not in Our Town and its member congregations. So come on out to this inspiring community event!

This event was originally announced to begin at 6:30 p.m. but everyone is encouraged to come when they can, leave when they must.