Princeton students take over the President’s office to demand campus racism be addressed.

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Please support students at Princeton University who have taken over the university president’s office. They have been negotiating with the university about taking steps to correct systemic racism at the university, but three demands are unmet. The university is threatening discipline.

Student press contact: Destiny Crockett at 314 327 9340

THE STUDENTS DEMANDS:

  1. A Black space on campus
  2. A mandatory course on the history of marginalized people
  3. A demand relating to the Woodrow Wilson School

HOW YOU CAN HELP:

  • CALL AND FAX THE UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT
    Urge him to talk to the students, not discipline them. LEAVE A MESSAGE – YOU WILL ONLY GET HIS ANSWERING SERVICE ON THE PHONE.
    Phone 609-258-6100 or Fax 609-258-1615
    Assistant to the President Mary DeLorenzo email
  • People in the neighborhood please go to Nassau Hall
  • Supplies: the students need food, bottled water, sleeping bags, tents, blankets pillows

News coverage
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Washington Post

One Reply to “Princeton students take over the President’s office to demand campus racism be addressed.”

  1. Racism is far from over! I am so very proud of these students to take a civic stand for their rights and demand equality for their education.

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