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Monday, Jun 12, 2006
by Princeton University

The Princeton Prize in Race Relations awards program has recognized 55 high school students in 10 cities across the country for outstanding work to advance the cause of race relations.

Tuesday, May 9, 2006
by Princeton University

BOSTON - Eun Jin Lee, a senior at Walnut Hill School in Natick, Mass., has been awarded the 2006 Princeton Prize in Race Relations for her efforts to improve race relations in her school and community.

Friday, May 5, 2006
by Princeton University

MIAMI — Brittany A. Little, a senior at Miami Northwestern Senior High School in Miami, will be awarded the Princeton Prize in Race Relations for her efforts to bring together members of the African-American, Hispanic and Haitian members of her school and community.

Monday, May 1, 2006
by Princeton University

SAN FRANCISCO — Awndrea Lee, a senior at Encinal High School in Oakland, has been awarded the Princeton Prize in Race Relations for her efforts to improve relations between students of color and teachers at her high school.

Friday, Apr 28, 2006
by Princeton University

HOUSTON — Rasaq Lawal, a senior at Dulles High School in the Houston suburb of Sugar Land, has been awarded the Princeton Prize in Race Relations for implementing a weeklong program at Dulles designed to increase respect between students from different ethnic groups.

Wednesday, Apr 19, 2006
by Princeton University

LOS ANGELES — Gabriela Olguin, a freshman at South Los Angeles Area High School No. 1, has been awarded the Princeton Prize in Race Relations for developing a weeklong program at her school called Peace and Unity Week.

Monday, Jun 6, 2005
by Princeton University

Eight high school students in five cities — Atlanta, Boston, Houston, St. Louis and Washington, D.C. — have been awarded the 2005 Princeton Prize in Race Relations for their exceptional efforts to improve race relations in their schools and local communities.

Monday, Oct 4, 2004
by P

PRINCETON, NJ — The Princeton Prize in Race Relations, an awards program for high school students who are doing exceptional work in their schools or communities to advance the cause of race relations, has expanded to three new cities.

Monday, Sep 20, 2004
by Princeton University

PRINCETON, NJ — The first winners of the Princeton Prize in Race Relations, a pilot program launched in the metropolitan areas of Washington, D.C., and Boston, have been selected.

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