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Friday, Apr 22, 2011
by Farmington Patch

For the past two years, Farmington students have taken regional honors for their work in diversity.

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Wednesday, Apr 6, 2011
by Philly.com

For the second straight year, an Asian student at South Philadelphia High, the scene of bloody anti-Asian violence in 2009, has been awarded the Princeton Prize in Race Relations from Princeton University.

Wednesday, Jun 2, 2010
by Princeton Alumni Weekly

Secondary-school winners of the Princeton Prize in Race Relations came together with 80 Princeton-area high school students this spring in a Class of 1966-sponsored symposium meant to spark ideas for improving relations in the students’ communities.

Friday, Apr 30, 2010
by Princeton Prize in Race Relations
Atlanta Princeton Prize: Sultana Begum; Certificates of Accomplishment: Philip Ehrenberg, Maya Jackson, Marjorie Johnson, Elisha Pittman, Emily Saunders
 
Friday, Apr 23, 2010
by Atlanta INtown

Sultana Begum, a sophomore at North Atlanta High School, will be awarded the 2010 Princeton Prize in Race Relations for her efforts to improve race relations in her school and local community.

Thursday, Jan 28, 2010
by Princeton University

The Princeton Prize in Race Relations, an awards program for high school students who do outstanding work to advance the cause of race relations, is encouraging applications from students in grades 9 through 12 in 23 regions across the country for the 2009-10 school year. The deadline for applications is Sunday, Jan. 31.

Thursday, Apr 23, 2009
by The News Herald

High school senior Stephanie Bonner-Daniels has won the Princeton Prize in Race Relations Scholarship for the Detroit region.

Read more at The News Herald

Wednesday, Apr 22, 2009
by Princeton University

Winners of the Princeton Prize in Race Relations from across the country will discuss their efforts to improve race relations from 9:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 2, in Dodds Auditorium, Robertson Hall.

Friday, Oct 17, 2008
by Princeton University

The Princeton Prize in Race Relations, an awards program for high school students who do outstanding work to advance the cause of race relations, will expand to 23 regions for the 2008-09 school year.

Friday, May 9, 2008
by Princeton University

Projects recognized by the Princeton Prize in Race Relations — which honors high school students' efforts to improve race relations in their schools or communities — were presented at the first-ever Princeton Prize Symposium on Race recently held on the University campus.

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