A Journey Through African American Music

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

This interactive, musical experience presents the impact of African American rhythms on American music and history.


Malcolm X Screening

Princeton Garden Theatre 160 Nassau St, Princeton, NJ, United States

Screening of Spike Lee's sweeping biopic "Malcolm X" and introduction and short discussion led by Zakiya Adair from the College of New Jersey.


Princeton University Black History Month Book Talk

Carl A. Fields Center for Equality + Cultural Understanding, Princeton University 58 Prospect Avenue, Princeton, NJ, United States

Princeton University Dean of the Faculty, Gene Jarrett, will discuss his book, Paul Laurence Dunbar: The Life and Times of a Caged Bird.


“Freedom Riders” Screening and Exhibit

Seeley Mudd Manuscript Library Princeton University 65 Olden Street, Princeton, NJ, United States

The screening of "Freedom Riders" will be followed by a private viewing of the exhibition at Mudd Manuscript Library.


Yuri Doolan Discussing “The First Amerasians”

Green Hall Princeton University Princeton, United States

The First Amerasians tells the powerful, oftentimes heartbreaking, story of how Americans created and used the concept of the “Amerasian” to remove thousands of mixed race children from their Korean mothers in US-occupied South Korea.


Reparations & White Indemnity: The Memory of Slavery in Anti-trafficking Campaigns

Princeton University Morrison Hall Princeton, NJ, United States

Lyndsey P. Beutin will talk about her book Trafficking in Antiblackness's argument that campaigns to end human trafficking use modern-day slavery rhetoric and imagery to circumvent Western historical responsibility for racial chattel slavery.


Morven & Slavery: Stories of Enslaved People at Morven

Morven Museum & Garden 55 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ, United States

Historians discuss the lives of the men, women, and children enslaved at Morven in the historical context of eighteenth and nineteenth century New Jersey.

$5 – $15