Join us for an informal panel and Q&A with some of the student researchers who contributed to the project. Food will be provided.
Students will share stories and discuss the power and role of storytelling in creating positive social change and movement.
Join us for the livestream of the Princeton & Slavery Project keynote address by Toni Morrison. The livestream will be provided in the Carl A. Fields Center, the Women•s Center, and the LGBT Center.
Come join the conversation about womanism in the age of Trump featuring Linda Sarsour, Tamika Mallory, Carmen Perez, and Professor Ruha Benjamin.
Steven Paul Judd is Kiowa and Choctaw from Oklahoma and is a filmmaker, director, screenwriter, writer of fiction, and visual artist. He will be speaking about his identity and its influence on his work.
This is a closed session for black students, staff, and faculty to process and discuss the project. Food will be provided.
Join us at an open session for general processing of information learned through the project. Food will be provided.
Students will discuss the diverse meanings and realities of battle fatigue as it relates to identity, personal experiences, and challenging oppression and injustice. Students will also explore the importance of self-care, community, and building coalitions of support for one another as they engage civically and thrive personally.
Students will engage in a dialogue about the impact of cultural appropriation, Halloween, and why culture is not a costume.