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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.

Friday, May 7, 2021
by The Sun Newspapers

The Princeton Prize in Race Relations (PPRR) honors high-school students who have demonstrated notable work to improve relationships among a diverse population. Cherry Hill High School East senior Machayla Randall, along with Haddonfield Memorial High School seniors Lily Cheatham and Mehki Rippey certainly fit the description.

Monday, May 11, 2020
by Moorestown Friends School

Calvin Bell '20 was recognized for his senior capstone project, The Impact of Community Engagement on the Rates of Violence in the City of Camden.

Read more at Moorestown Friends School

Monday, May 6, 2019
by Princeton Area Alumni Association

The Central/Souther NJ Committee for the Princeton Prize in Race Relations recognizes its award winners.

Read more at Princeton Area Alumni Association

Friday, Apr 12, 2019
by PrincetonOnline

The Central/Southern NJ Committee for the Princeton Prize in Race Relations is proud to announce this year’s award and certificate winners.

Read more at PrincetonOnline

Sunday, Mar 24, 2019
by Community Bulletin

Washington Township High School senior Kayla Webster has been named the 2019 Princeton Prize in Race Relations Award winner for Central and Southern New Jersey. 

Read more at NJ.com

Friday, May 4, 2018
by Lea Kahn

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.

Friday, May 4, 2018
by Bordentown Regional School District

Congratulations Ms. Ifeoma Eleazu and Ms. Chimkasimma Oguonu for being awarded the 2018 Princeton Prize in Race Relations.

Read more at the Bordentown Regional School District

Friday, May 4, 2018
by MFS News

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.

Monday, Apr 23, 2018
by Lisa Ryan

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.

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