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Friday, Jul 9, 2021
by Black Enterprise

Princeton University recently awarded 29 high school students with $1,000 and a symposium invitation for their community work in race relations. Here's a look at the Black teens who were among this year's Princeton prize winners.

Monday, May 6, 2019
by Princeton Club of Chicago

Princeton Club of Chicago recognizes local Chicagoland area high school students who have had a significant positive impact through volunteerism on race relations in their schools or communities

Read more at Princeton Club of Chicago

Monday, May 8, 2017
by Princeton University

Twenty-seven high school students from around the United States have been named recipients of the 2017 Princeton Prize in Race Relations. The students were honored April 27-29 during the annual Princeton Prize Symposium on Race held on the Princeton University campus.

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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.

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.

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.

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.

Wednesday, Apr 1, 2015
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.

Wednesday, Apr 30, 2014
by Princeton University

Twenty-five high school students from around the United States have been named recipients of the 2014 Princeton Prize in Race Relations.

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