Lindbergh High School senior Amela Sijecic has been honored by Princeton University for her work to make progress toward racial equity in the Lindbergh community.
Sarina Krishnan '20 works with local refugees; her efforts have garnered well-earned attention and accolades. In addition to a recent San Diego Union-Tribune profile, Sarina has won the Princeton Prize in Race Relations (PPRR).
SM North sophomore Hananeel Morinville has been awarded a Princeton Prize in Race Relations. Morinville, who serves as the president of the Black Student Union, applied for the award on the recommendation of English teacher and Black Student Union sponsor Natalie Johnson-Berry.
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.
Congratulations to senior RaShad Oliver! The Memphis Committee has chosen him for the Princeton Prize in Race Relations.
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.
Congratulations Ms. Ifeoma Eleazu and Ms. Chimkasimma Oguonu for being awarded the 2018 Princeton Prize in Race Relations.
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.