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.
After making a difference with his activism, senior Ezra Hudson was recently recognized with the Princeton Prize in Race Relations Certificate of Accomplishment.
Winner of the Princeton Prize in Race Relations, junior Soledad Edison has taken their activism to the next level. Being one of the founders of the school's Equity Council, Edison has taken the role of Council Chair.
The Princeton Alumni Association has honored Jadyn Sheats with its Princeton Prize, which supports and encourages young activists committed to improving race relations.
This year's top prize for the Central/Southern region will go to Kyler Zhou, a student at Princeton Day School.