Not in Our Town
Continuing Conversations on Race and White Privilege
Monday, November 5, 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm, Princeton Public Library, 2nd floor.
Continuing in the area of the conversation begun on October 1, the topic will be
HOW HAVE RACE, CLASS AND PRIVILEGE HAVE SHAPED THE ELECTION?
Race, class and privilege are intertwined, but each has its own attributes; the weight
of each in the mix changes over time. These parts and their mixture set important
parameters of political discourse and hence of political maneuvering and strategy.
Since the Depression, how have they evolved into their present mix?
How do we see them manifested for this 2012 election?
All questions and observations around this general topic will be welcome. The conversation will be facilitated by Don Stryker and Ann Yasuhara.