A San Diego High School senior who helps young Haitian refugees in Tijuana avoid human trafficking was Wednesday named the winner of a prize for improving race relations.
Wednesday, Apr 19, 2017
Monday, Mar 20, 2017
They all came — 14 students from all corners of the Rochester area — with a vision and a plan on how to do their part in helping to fix the ongoing racial dissension that permeates the United States, the very mission statement of what the Princeton Prize in Race Relations is all about.
Orange Resident One of Five Students awarded Certificate of Accomplishment by Princeton Prize in Race Relations
Tuesday, Mar 14, 2017
Kent Place School is pleased to announce that five of its Upper School students were awarded a Certificate of Accomplishment by the Princeton Prize in Race Relations Committee for Northern New Jersey.
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
A Delbarton senior awarded the Princeton Prize in Race Relations recently returned from a symposium on the subject at the university. Shawn Ohazuruike was honored for his work moving the Delbarton Minority Mentors program to a new platform, Diversity Among Peers, which invites all students to participate.
Sunday, May 1, 2016
Nour Abdelwahab remembered what it was like to move to the United States and adapt to a different land and culture, and that sparked the Hasbrouck Heights teenager’s desire to help recently arrived Syrian refugees in North Jersey.
Friday, Apr 29, 2016
Katie Klasing began her junior year at Mountain Brook High School with a mission: She wanted to reinstate the then-defunct Heritage Panel, an organization dedicated to social justice and working for change in schools.
Thursday, Apr 28, 2016
Each year Princeton University bestows on 26 high school students from all over America it's prestigious Princeton Prize in Race Relations. Never has a student from Newark received it. Shawn Ohazuruike entered the Delbarton School in Morristown with a predominately wealthy, white student population.
Wednesday, Apr 27, 2016
Amanda Medendorp, 17, didn't intend to stoke dialogue on race when she founded the first peer tutoring program at Ogden International School. But she did. Grades rose at the school, too. And Princeton University noticed.
Wednesday, Apr 20, 2016
Lower Merion High School senior Blessing Osazuwa was recently awarded a Certificate of Accomplishment in the prestigious Philadelphia Princeton Prize in Race Relations competition for her dedicated efforts to confront and address the unique issues facing women of color.