by lindaoppenheim | Mar 18, 2015 | OpinionIn her op ed in the Daily Princetonian (March 2, 2015), Princeton University sophomore Zeena Mubarak argues that African American history should not be confined to a single month, but be incorporated into “the larger category of American history.”
by lindaoppenheim | Feb 28, 2015 | ArticleFifth and final article in the series brings the history of African Americans at Princeton up to the present day.
by lindaoppenheim | Feb 26, 2015 | Article“Affirmative action was the political backdrop of African-American student life on campus in the 1980s, with some students and alumni questioning its place. In the 1990s, the University began examining race relations on campus, while both the Alumni Council and...
by lindaoppenheim | Feb 25, 2015 | ArticleThe third article in the series considers the effect of co-education, the role of the Third World Center as a social space, and the anti-apartheid divestment movement.
by lindaoppenheim | Feb 25, 2015 | ArticleThe second article in this series explores the growth in the number of African American students at Princeton, the role of Carl Fields, the first African American administrator, and student activism related to apartheid in South Africa.