During Mass Incarceration Awareness Month, Nassau Presbyterian (61 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ) will focus on exposing the human cruelty of mass incarceration, advocating for change in our criminal justice system, and honoring Christ in those incarcerated. This series is sponsored by The Mass Incarceration Task Force of Nassau Presbyterian Church.



On Sunday, February 18th, beginning at 9:15am in the Assembly Room at Nassau Presbyterian, Ruha Benjamin will speak on the topic: The Beautiful Struggle: Building Knowledge & Courage to Transform the World


Ruha Benjamin writes and speaks widely on the connections between science, technology, race and justice, and was the keynote speaker of our recent Racial Literacy series. She is an Associate Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University, a recent fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study, and author of numerous publications. In 2017, she received the President’s Award for Distinguished Teaching at Princeton.