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Vol. LXIV, No. 17
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
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(Photo courtesy of Nancy Strong/Not In Our Town)
STANDING TOGETHER: Friends and members of Not In Our Town, an interracial, interfaith social action group, display their enthusiasm at last year’s Stand Against Racism event bringing together members of the community to celebrate diversity and question structural inequities. This year’s event will take place on Friday, April 30, and is a collaboration between the YWCA, local merchants, and Not In Our Town. At 9:30 a.m. business owners and employees will form a human chain beginning on Palmer Square East, and a rally will commence at Tiger Park on Nassau Street and Palmer Square from 5 to 6 p.m. Princeton High School a cappella group Around 8 is scheduled to perform.

Taking a Stand Against Racism Inspires Collaboration Between Princeton Groups

Dilshanie Perera

This Friday marks the annual Stand Against Racism, a nation-wide event sponsored by the YWCA, which brings together people of various backgrounds and is designed to combat racism by raising awareness about the issue.

Township Reviews Stormwater Management; Public Drinking Regulations Revisited

Ellen Gilbert

At Monday evening’s Township Committee meeting, Councilwoman Liz Lempert thanked residents, particularly those who do not have children in the school system, for approving the school budget in last week’s election.

University’s Faith and Work Initiative Uses “Love in Truth” as Centerpiece

Ellen Gilbert

“I am very pleased with how the conference went from several perspectives,” said Princeton University Faith and Work Initiative Director David W. Miller as he reflected on the recent all-day program “Civilizing the Economy: A New Way of Understanding Business Enterprise” that drew participants from around the world.

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