Tuesday, May 10, 2016
by Daily Record

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
by Village Living

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 20, 2016
by Lower Merion School District

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.

Tuesday, Apr 19, 2016
by 6 abc Action News

A local high school senior was honored Tuesday night for promoting peace and understanding in the community.

Simone Gibson from Friends' Central School received the annual Princeton Prize in race relations.

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Friday, Apr 15, 2016
by Delbarton School

Shawn Ohazuruike '16 has won the Princeton Prize in Race Relations, an award presented each year by Princeton University to qualified applicants in 26 regions nationally. Winners receive a $1,000 cash award and attend a two-day symposium on race hosted by Princeton University in April that conducts conversations and workshops with high school...

Monday, Apr 11, 2016

The Princeton Prize for Race Relations for the Cleveland Branch will be presented this Thursday, recognizing high school students who volunteer to improve race relations.

Friday, Apr 1, 2016
by Princeton Prize in Race Relations

The Princeton Prize in Race Relations recognizes and rewards high school students who have had a significant positive impact on race relations in their schools or communities. Award winners receive a cash award of up to $1,000 and an all expense paid weekend to a national symposium on race at Princeton University.

Monday, Mar 21, 2016
by Democrat & Chronicle

The two local high school seniors were named the winners of the Rochester region's 10th annual Princeton Prize in Race Relations award.