Where Did the Momentum Go?

Virtual Event

How do Debby Irving, Racial Justice Educator and Author, and Cynthia Pesantez, Engagement Coordinator and Capacity Building Coach use speaker events to identify and disrupt patterns of privilege that undermine organizations' […]


Reparations in New Jersey and Princeton

Princeton Public Library 65 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, NJ

Caroline Clarke, an attorney and board secretary of Not In Our Town Princeton, will make a presentation on reparations in New Jersey at the first Joint Effort Safe Streets' Hot […]

Cynthia “Chip” Fisher Memorial Art Exhibit and Jim Floyd Memorial Lecture

Arts Council of Princeton 102 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, NJ

Presentation of numerous awards and scholarships and the keynote address, the Jim Floyd Memorial Lecture, presented by Jennifer Garcon, Princeton University librarian for Modern and Contemporary Special Collections. A reception […]

Panel on Racism in America: What Does It Mean for Princeton

Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church 124 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, NJ

Leading the panel discussion on race at the second Safe Streets Hot Topics discussion will be the Rev. Lukata Mjumbe of the Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church, Ted Deutsch of Taft […]

Black Voices Book Group

Virtual Event

During the July and August meetings the group will discuss, "Ida: A Sword Among Lions: Ida B. Wells and the Campaign Against Lynching" by Paula J. Giddings. All are welcome. […]

Black Lives Matter / “A Fight for Change” Exhibit Opening

Plainfield Public Library 800 Park Avenue, Plainfield, NJ

In this program, Kalani "Afrolombian" Jimenez-Mackson will explain the importance of photojournalism and its ability to control our narratives with the truth. Photojournalism techniques, philosophy, and process will be the […]


Story & Verse: Circle of Life

Pettoranella Gardens 20 Mountain Avenue, Princeton, NJ

Monthly open mic poetic and storytelling event that welcomes local and regional talent to perform original works inspired by that month's theme and brings diverse communities together.  Interested performers should […]

Artist Conversation: Rose B. Simpson

Art@Bainbridge 158 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ

Drawing inspiration from her life, Rose B. Simpson creates figural sculptures that evoke common human experiences—insomnia, aspiration, gender stereotypes, and more—and encourage an empathic response from the viewer. Join us […]


1619 Project: Reckoning w/ The Truth. Nikole-Hannah Jones, Khalil Muhammad

Old First Church Presbyterian 820 Broad Street, Newark, NJ

A Very Special Community Conversation Featuring Nikole Hannah-Jones, The New York Times Magazine and Creator of The 1619 Project, "The 1619 Project: Reckoning With The Truth." Moderated by: Khalil Gibran […]


Mississippi Living Legacy Pilgrimage

Join the Living Legacy Project on a 5-day pilgrimage to learn Mississippi’s Civil Rights Movement history from visiting the sites and speaking with people who lived it. Registration is open […]