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Princeton Prize in Race Relations Award Ceremony
Join in the celebration of this year's winner of the Bay Area Princeton Prize in Race Relations in historic Preservation Park near downtown Oakland.

The Princeton Prize in Race Relations Committee is very excited to celebrate this year’s winner of the Bay Area Princeton Prize in Race Relations – Courtney Jacobson - at the Award Ceremony at noon on Saturday, May 14.  The event will include an acknowledgement of our winner's accomplishments, remarks from Carlos Muñoz, Jr. - Professor Emeritus, Chicano/Latino Studies at UC Berkeley, as well as food and drinks. All are welcome. We encourage family, friends, teachers, administrators, fellow students and community members to attend.

The ceremony will be held in the Ginn House in Preservation Park near downtown Oakland. Preservation Park is a unique collection of historic residences that have been transformed into an innovative workplace and event center. See http://preservationpark.com/about/

The Princeton Prize in Race Relations was founded in 2003 by Henry Von Kohorn '66 as an awards program to recognize high school students for outstanding work in their schools or communities to advance the cause of race relations.

RSVP by May 12 would be helpful, but it is not required.

Contact: John Jenkins '97, jjenkins [at] alumni.princeton.edu, or 650-861-1840.

 

Event Information
EVENT DATE:
Saturday, May 14 2011 at 12:00pm [ iCal ]
LOCATION:
Ginn House in Preservation Park
1233 Preservation Park Way @ MLK Way and 12th St.
Oakland, CA

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