We’ve all heard these comments:  
“There’s no prejudice in Princeton.” 
“I don’t believe there is such a thing as ‘white privilege.”
“If more blacks are in jail than whites, they deserve to be there.” 

And so on. 

But often we don’t know how to respond. The words just don’t come easily. 

Barbara Fox will facilitate the Continuing Conversation on Race on June 3 at 7:30 p.m. on the second floor of the Princeton Public LIbrary. 
“We will practice responding,” she says. “Bring the statements you find objectionable and we will role play to rehearse possible responses.” 

Continuing Conversations on Race are a friendly, safe, confidential opportunity to share ideas and voice concerns. They are planned and facilitated by Not in Our Town Princeton and held on the first Monday of the month from October through  June in partnership with the Princeton  Public Library. Welcome!