Kim Dorman, Community Engagement Coordinator of the Princeton Public Library, who organized the December 10, 2022 Housing Justice Forum, sent a follow-up email with a link to a survey, the recordings of the two panels, and information about future events.

Recording of Panel 1 | How Did We Get Here?

Recording of Panel 2 | What Can We Do Now?.

Housing Resource Guide. Many of the organizations that work on housing issues in Princeton can be found HERE

Photographs from the event on the library Flickr.

Library Tweets 

Upcoming Events of possible interest

January 12 @ 7:15 the Black Voices Book Group will meet to discuss Richard Rothstein’s “The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America”

January 21: local non-profit, Princeton Future will present a visioning session about housing in Princeton. (keep an eye out for the calendar listing)

In 2023 Voices of Princeton will be launching an oral history project inviting people to respond to the general question, “Living in Princeton: What does, or what would it mean to me.

Sponsors: PU School for Public & International Affairs in New Jersey and the National Endowment for the Humanities
Co-Presenters: Affordable Housing Board, Arm in Arm, Habitat for Humanity for Burlington and Mercer Counties, Housing Initiatives of Princeton, Labyrinth Books, Princeton Community Housing, Princeton Future, Princeton Housing Authority, Princeton Human Services, Princeton Mutual Aid, Princeton Planning Department, Not In Our Town Princeton.

Kim Dorman
Community Engagement Coordinator
Tel: 609 . 924 . 9529 x1230
(please note, during this time I am more often outside of the building. The quickest way to contact me is email.)

Preview YouTube video Housing Justice Forum: Panel Discussion 2 – “What Can We Do?”