Donna Murch & Naomi Murakawa: Assata Taught Me

Labyrinth Books 122 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ

Black Panther and Cuban exile Assata Shakur has inspired generations of radical protest, including the contemporary movement for Black lives. Drawing its title from one of Americas foremost revolutionaries, this collection explores how social protest is challenging our current system of state violence and mass incarceration. Join us for a conversation between two exceptional scholars […]

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Reparations in Global Perspective

Labyrinth Books 122 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ

Labyrinth bookstore, the Princeton Civil Rights Commission, and Princeton University's School of Public and International Affairs are excited to invite you to a showcase of Princeton University students' research on reparations, featuring independent research by juniors in a course taught by Lecturer Anastasia Mann. Note that this event is in-person only, so bring your mask […]

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Only the Clothes on her Back

Labyrinth Books 122 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ

What can dresses, bedlinens, waistcoats, pantaloons, shoes, and kerchiefs tell us about the legal status of the least powerful members of American society? In the hands of eminent historian Laura F. Edwards, these textiles tell a revealing story of ordinary people and how they made use of their material goods’ economic and legal value in […]

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