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2015

Wednesday, Apr 27, 2016
by DNAinfo

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.

Saturday, Apr 16, 2016
by WKYC.com

A local student is inspiring her school and community with her drive to improve race relations.

Shaker Heights High School senior Amani Hill wanted to close the minority achievement gap.

Hill co-founded an effort called "Bridging the Gap," which brought together students, faculty, and community members to find solutions.

Tuesday, Apr 12, 2016
by Times of San Diego

A 17-year-old senior at University City High School received the inaugural Princeton Prize in Race Relations for the San Diego region.

Pranaya Anshu received the award for her four years of leading a global education program at the San Diego Public Library, spending almost 200 Saturdays teaching children.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015
by Evanston Round Table

Andre Wallace, a senior at Evanston Township High School, is the 2015 recipient of the Chicago Princeton Prize in Race Relations. The Princeton Prize is a national awards program that recognizes high school student-leaders from around the country who work toward improving race relations in their communities.

Friday, May 15, 2015
by This American Life at WBEZ

Some information is so big and so complicated that it seems impossible to talk to kids about.

Listen to more at This American Life at WBEZ

Wednesday, May 13, 2015
by Evanston Township High School

Maya Crowe-Barnes, a senior student at Evanston Township High School, has been selected as the 2015-16 Chicago area winner of the Princeton Prize in Race Relations. The Princeton Prize in Race Relations was created to identify and commend young people who are working to increase understanding and mutual respect among all races.

Tuesday, May 5, 2015
by Princeton University

Twenty-seven high school students from around the United States have been named recipients of the 2015 Princeton Prize in Race Relations. The students were honored April 24-25 during the annual Princeton Prize Symposium on Race held on the Princeton University campus.

Monday, Apr 27, 2015
by The Daily Princetonian

The eighth annual Princeton Prize Symposium in Race Relations honored 27 high school students representing 25 different regions across the United States.

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Wednesday, Apr 22, 2015
by The Moorestown Sun

Moorestown resident and Friends School senior Adam Mohsen-Breen decided to do something about a problem he saw. He believes the Muslim community has been getting a lot of negative press as of late. Unfortunately, because of this, bullying in the Muslim community isn't unheard of.

Thursday, Apr 2, 2015
by Courier Post

Growing up seeing family members endure mistreatment for being Muslim, Adam Mohsen-Breen always sought tolerance and acceptance for those of Islamic faith.

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