Overcoming Housing Barriers after Incarceration

Princeton Public Library 65 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, NJ, United States

Princeton alumnus Yusuf Dahl uses the short film "Backgrounded" to launch a panel discussion on how past incarceration remains a barrier to housing long after reentry into society.

Free

New Jersey’s Place in Black America

Robertson 100, Arthur Lewis Auditorium 20 Prospect Avenue, Princeton, NJ, United States

A Black History Month reception and dialogue.

Free

Film with Panel: “Revolution ’67”

Princeton Public Library 65 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, NJ, United States

"Revolution '67" explores how Newark, New Jersey, was affected by social unrest over six days in mid-July, 1967.

Free

The Journalism of Reparations

Robertson 100, Arthur Lewis Auditorium 20 Prospect Avenue, Princeton, NJ, United States

Panel discussion about how journalists can rebuild trust in communities of color after years of news organizations spreading racist ideas.

Free

“Eslanda,” A Conversation with Dr. Barbara Ransby

Virtual Zoom Event

Panelists from The Paul Robeson House of Princeton and Generational African American Student Association (GAASA) of Princeton University discuss Dr. Barbra Ransby’s Eslanda: The Large and Unconventional Life of Mrs. Paul Robeson.

Free