They Stood for Us

Heal the City, in collaboration with the families of Trenton activists, Darlene McKnight and Grace Crossland will hold a community billboard ceremony that will celebrate these two local leaders. Although they have both passed on, they have left Trenton with a legacy of service and responsibility. The ceremony will begin at The Serenity Garden, which […]

Juneteenth Flag Raising

Monument Hall 1 Monument Drive, Princeton, NJ

Join Princeton officials raising a flag in recognition of Juneteenth.

Community Historical Marker Unveiling Ceremony

Wampum Park 35 West Street, Eatontown, NJ

Join community members for the unveiling and dedication of a historical marker recognizing the only documented lynching in the state of New Jersey, memorializing Samuel "Mingo Jack" Johnson in Eatontown. This is a EJI (Equal Justice Institute) collaboration.  Click here for additional information.