“Conversation about the relationships among diversity, privilege and power” is the topic for the “Continuing Conversations on Race”, cosponsored by Not in Our Town, to be held at the Princeton Public Library on Monday, June 6, 7:30 to 9 p.m. This topic was inspired by the talk that Melissa Harris Perry gave about Bayard Rustin at the Public Library in November 2010.
Ann Yasuhara and LeRhonda Greats will lead the discussion based on a couple of posts in the Nation by Harris Perry, including the one entitled Cornel West v. Barack Obama.
To continue, read the Not in Our Town blog post.
Not in Our Town is an interracial, interfaith social action group in Princeton committed to speak truth about ‘everyday racism’ and other forms of prejudice and discrimination, with the hope that Princeton will become a town in which the ideals of friendship, community and pride in diversity will prevail.
All are welcome to this forum, which provides a safe and friendly atmosphere to talk about issues of relevance to our community and nation.