Last night’s “Light in the Darkness” showing at the Princeton Public Library was wonderfully meaningful. More than sixty people — a very diverse group by age, race, and nationality — came, saw the NIOT PBS documentary, and contributed their verbal and written testimony.

We’ll post the feedback in this space soon and look forward to the NIOT discussion, “Continuing Conversations,”  on Monday, October 3, at 7:30 p.m. in the PPL’s conference room. We hope we’ll see you there!

Today we received word about another exciting opportunity to explore diversity. An interactive panel discussion will take place in Plainsboro on Wednesday, September 20, 5:45 – 8:30 p.m., as presented by the American Conference on Diversity. 

Not in Our Town Princeton focuses its work in Princeton Township and Princeton Borough, but we know that our programs, co-sponsored with the Princeton Public Library, appeal to those who live in the Greater Princeton area. Similarly, Princeton residents are encouraged to attend this event.

It’s free, but the sponsors — which include the NAMI New Jersey (the National Alliance on Mental Illness) — ask for pre-registration. Details above.