Not In Our Town Princeton has not organized a counter protest but supports peaceful demonstrations that emphasize respect, equity, inclusion and love for everyone in our community, near and far.

The expectation is that a small number of white supremacists will be present, although a permit was not obtained. Counter protesters will likely outnumber them.

In preparation, streets and parking decks surrounding and adjacent to Palmer Square will be closed and parking will be scarce. Safety measures will be in place.

Saturday may be a new experience for many of us. In truth, justice, and love, let’s learn from it and think and act responsibly.

In solidarity,


Princess G. Hoagland
Chair, Not In Our Town Princeton



Click here to read the Princeton Public Library’s announcement.

Please also know that the Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice will be open from 11:30-2:30 (on Wiggins, off N. Tulane) as a safe space & respite from any & all goings-on in town.