From organizing the first Islam Awareness Week at The Lawrenceville School to leading a symposium for Muslim youths to help them bridge the divide between Islam and American society, Shaezmina Khan has worked hard to change the way Western society views Muslims.
Congratulations Ms. Ifeoma Eleazu and Ms. Chimkasimma Oguonu for being awarded the 2018 Princeton Prize in Race Relations.
Senior Mia Zayas received a Certificate of Accomplishment from the Princeton University Princeton Prize in Race Relations for her capstone project on intersectionality – the interconnected social categories that individuals places themselves in within society — and her focus on race and sexual orientation.
Twenty-eight high school students from around the United States have been named recipients of the 2018 Princeton Prize in Race Relations. The students were honored during the annual Princeton Prize Symposium on Race held on the Princeton University campus.
Riverwood International Charter School is proud to announce that junior Syd Pargman received the 2018 Princeton Prize in Race Relations. Representing the Atlanta region, he joins award-winning students from 26 other regions across the country.
Four Burlington County teens are doing their part to improve race relations in Burlington County. Bordentown Regional High School seniors Ifeoma Eleazu and Kasi Oguonu, Doane Academy junior Jordyn McIntosh and Palmyra High School senior Colin Cattell were recently recognized by the Princeton Prize for Race Relations committee.
Shaezmina Khan was awarded The Princeton Prize in Race Relations (PPRR) Certificate of Accomplishment last Wednesday, April 11.
Shawnee Mission East junior Lauren Winston will be headed to Princeton University to meet with a highly select group of 26 other high schoolers from across the country who have been recognized for their initiative in helping foster positive relationships between people of different races.
Scott Kobler hosted the 12th Annual Princeton Prize in Race Relations of Northern New Jersey event, the award recipients and their guests. The Princeton Prize in Race Relations was established as an awards program to recognize high school students for outstanding work in their school or communities to advance the cause of race relations.