This notice came from a student at Princeton University:

In light of the recent incident in Ferguson, dialogue is becoming increasingly more important as a way to engage and empower diverse communities. Please take advantage of Black Jewish Dialogue’s first event of the year on Monday! We have a lot to learn from one another; together, we can work toward change.

Monday, October 6th at 5:00 pm

Exploring Identities and Building Community

An interactive exercise and dialogue 

Center for Jewish Life, upstairs library
Check out our FB event!
You don’t have to identify as Black or Jewish or Black-Jewish to attend!

What is Black Jewish Dialogue?
Black Jewish Dialogue is a partnership between the Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding and the Center for Jewish Life with the goal of encouraging collaboration and dialogue among cultural groups on Princeton’s campus by exploring historical and cultural similarities within and differences between Black and Jewish communities.


Hannah Rosenthal

Princeton University Class of 2015

Politics Department

Certificate in African American Studies