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Good Trouble

Good Trouble

  In the tenth grade, my teacher introduced me to the notion of what she called “good trouble”: political action that is disruptive, erratic, or even dangerous, but that fundamentally does “good” for society. When faced with an institution whose existence is predicated upon their continued subjugation, she explained, the […]

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Letter from the Editors: On the Elections and Beyond

Letter from the Editors: On the Elections and Beyond

So far, the focus of the left has been on the outcome of the election—Clinton or Sanders, then Clinton or Trump? However, we believe that progressives must focus on the day after the election.

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The Arduous Task of Self-Creation

The Arduous Task of Self-Creation

The words and wisdom of Eddie S. Glaude Jr., the William S. Tod Professor of Religion and African American Studies and chair of the Department of African American Studies.

Why Princeton’s Civil War Memorial Should Identify Soldiers’ Allegiances

Why Princeton’s Civil War Memorial Should Identify Soldiers’ Allegiances

In the foyer of Nassau Hall, Princeton University’s oldest building, there are memorials to the alumni who died in America’s various wars. One panel commemorates the dead of the Civil War. 70 names are inscribed on this panel; 36 Confederates and 34 Yankees, in no particular order. The wall is about 75 feet from the president’s office.

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Black Justice League Asks Fellow Students to Show Their Unity

Black Justice League Asks Fellow Students to Show Their Unity

Below is a message from the Black Justice League at Princeton We are exhausted by continued violence against Black people across college campuses and are holding every campus accountable and asking fellow students to show their unity tomorrow, November 12, 2015 with a Black Out. Black Justice League of Princeton […]

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