Join us for this event as the Princeton Mental Health Initiative Board presents, The Me Too Monologues Project. The Me Too Monologues project was started to let students open up anonymously about their experiences involving identity, race, sexuality, mental health and more.
Join us as we commemorate and celebrate the life of Malcolm X. To participate in this event RSVP here. There is limited space, so it will be on a first come, first serve basis. We also will hold a visual display within the Frist Campus Center A Level during this week.
Interested in facilitating small group discussions around social justice issues for the Princeton Dialogue and Difference in Action (DDA) First-Year Orientation? Apply to be a 2018 DDA Student Facilitator HERE. Applications are open from Monday, December 18, 2017 to Wednesday, January 17, 2018. Any questions can be directed to the Carl Fields Center: fieldscenter@Princeton.edu
Talking About Class invited Princeton University students to explore their class backgrounds/identities and engage in cross-class dialogue. This highly interactive worship will also include conversation and reflection on how class dynamics play out at Princeton and beyond.
-Dinner will be provided-
RSVP using this link: bit.ly/talkaboutclass
Come participate in a community creative art project centered on making connections between your body, mind, ability, and life.
Talking About Class invited Princeton University staff to explore their class backgrounds/identities and engage in cross-class dialogue. This highly interactive worship will also include conversation and reflection on how class dynamics play out at Princeton and beyond.
-Breakfast will be provided-
RSVP using this link: bit.ly/CAFtalkaboutclass
Students will share stories and discuss the power and role of storytelling in creating positive social change and movement.
Join us for an informal panel and Q&A with some of the student researchers who contributed to the project. Food will be provided.
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.