Princeton University hosted the 2023 Princeton Prize in Race Relations (PPRR) award winners, 29 high school students from across the United States, during the annual Princeton Prize Symposium on Race held on campus April 29-30. The students were recognized for undertaking significant efforts to advance racial equity and understanding in their schools or communities.
The Princeton University Alumni Club of Nashville has awarded the 2023 Princeton Prize in Race Relations to Kemi Tela, who graduated from Father Ryan High School on Saturday, May 13.
Cherie Animashaun, a published author and founder of the nonprofit Her Rising Initiative, came up with the idea for Girls Who Lead in 2020. At the time, she noticed a national climate of division that was detrimental to young girls.
"Girls Who Lead" is hosted by Her Rising Initiative. The international non-profit organization was started by Princeton Prize winning activist and author Cherie Animashaun when she was just 16 years old.
Five Montgomery County Public School students were recently recognized with certificates of accomplishment for the Princeton Prize in Race Relations.