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
The Central/Souther NJ Committee for the Princeton Prize in Race Relations recognizes its award winners.
Maryam Khalil, a senior at Lee's Summit West High School, has been awarded the Princeton University Prize in Race Relations. This award recognizes high school students who have had a significant positive effect on race relations in their schools or communities through their volunteer efforts.
In an era where spam robocalls are a normal occurrence, it's not surprising that Shorecrest senior Mawahib "Mo" Ismail didn't answer the first two calls she received from a number she didn't recognize a few weeks ago. But when they didn’t leave a message and called back a third time, she relented and answered.
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When Hananeel Morinville, a sophomore at Shawnee Mission North, noticed her school lacked the opportunity to celebrate its diversity, she founded the school’s Black Student Union.
And when Olivia Henry, a junior at Shawnee Mission East, noticed the relatively lack of racial diversity at her school, she started researching the history of...
Congratulations to seniors Faith Hardy and Patricia Bautista, who have been honored with a Certificate of Accomplishment by the New York City Committee for the Princeton Prize in Race Relations for their demonstrated commitment to advancing race relations within the greater RCDS community.
Hananeel Morinville, a sophomore at Shawnee Mission North High School, will be presented with the 2019 Princeton Prize in Race Relations for the Greater Kansas City Area. Olivia Henry, a junior at Shawnee Mission East, will be presented with a Certificate of Accomplishment.
Lindbergh High School senior Amela Sijecic was honored with the Princeton University Prize for Race Relations April 5 for her work to make progress toward racial equity in the Lindbergh community. She was presented the award during an all-school assembly.
The Central/Southern NJ Committee for the Princeton Prize in Race Relations is proud to announce this year’s award and certificate winners.