Thur., Feb. 2 – Shirley Satterfield will share her experiences as a participant in the 1960s sit-ins in Greensboro NC, YWCA Bramwell House Living Room, 59 Paul Robeson Place, Princeton, 11:30 am. Bring a sandwich.
Monday, Feb. 6 – Not in Our Town sponsors “Continuing Conversations on Race” at the Princeton Public Library at 7 p.m., Topic: “Telling Your Story — Challenges and Opportunities — Blacks and Whites Working Together,” moderated by Wilma Solomon and Fern Spruill.
Thur., Feb. 9 – Discussion of images and stereotypes of black men and women, how they are portrayed in the media, and the ways their stereotypes affect relationships in the black community. Carl Field Center, Class of 1985 rroom, 7 pm.
Tues, Feb.14 – Dr. Rice-Jordan, granddaughter of the founder of the Bordentown School (Manual Training and Industrial School for Colored Youth), will make a presentation at Westminster Choir College, Cottage 8, 7:00 pm.
Sun., Feb.19 – Film that chronicles the life and significant contributions of singer and human rights champion Harry Belafonte, Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon St., 6:30 pm (“Sing Your Song” runs 1 hr. 44 min.)
Fri., Feb. 24 – Journalist/writer Harry Kendall will speak about the Underground Railroad and the fugitive slave insurrection in Christiana PA, the subject of his forthcoming novel. Princeton Public Library, 11:30 am.
Mon. Feb. 27 – Barnes & Noble African American Interest Group, 7 p.m., discussion led by Barbara Flythe on “Whose Afraid of Post Blackness,” by Toure, who interviewed 105 well-known African Americans for their opinions and thoughts.