“Affirmative action was the political backdrop of African-American student life on campus in the 1980s, with some students and alumni questioning its place. In the 1990s, the University began examining race relations on campus, while both the Alumni Council and the Alumni Association selected the same person to be each of their first African-American leaders.” Fourth article on the history and experience of African American students at Princeton.
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- The African American Policy Forum (AAPF) 2022 Young Scholars Program: Art, Activism and Advocacy
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