Valeria Torres-Olivares, Princeton High School senior and Not in Our Town board member, wrote a guest column in the Princeton Packet (May 31, 2018) spelling out the problem with Cinco de Mayo parties and celebrations and ways in which the school administration and community can provide a better response for the pain these events cause. To read her column, click here. To hear about the new racial literacy course at Princeton High School, come to the Princeton Public Library on Monday, June 4, 2018 at 7 pm.
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