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"Princeton & Slavery Project" Lecture by Princeton Professor Marni Sandweiss *SOLD OUT*

Join us for an afternoon of history, food and drinks in San Francisco! Adults and teenagers are welcome. Princeton History Professor Marni Sandweiss will present findings from the Princeton & Slavery Project, followed by discussion with the audience.

Refreshments and appetizers will be served. PCNC is co-hosting this event with the Association of Latino Princeton Alumni (ALPA), the Asian American Alumni Association of Princeton (A4P), and the Association for Black Princeton Alumni (ABPA). Professor Sandweiss founded and directs the Princeton & Slavery Project, an effort to investigate the University’s involvement with the institution of slavery. More information about this work can be found at https://slavery.princeton.edu/.

All Tiger alumni, teenage children, and significant others are welcome!

Princeton Professor Marni Sandweiss Lecture: “The Princeton & Slavery Project: What We Found & How We Found It"

Sunday, April 15th from 2 pm to 4 pm

Offices of Keker, Van Nest, and Peters Law Firm, 633 Battery Street, San Francisco, CA, 94111

Parking: Metered parking and parking lot nearby. Close to the Montgomery St. BART Station. Staff will be at the ground-level gate of the venue to allow attendees into the building.

The event is free, but please RSVP here so we can order drinks and food accordingly.

Stephanie Bachas-Daunert ‘10 (sbachas@stanford.edu), Carmen Plaza de Jennings ‘75 (cpdjennings@hkemploymentlaw.com), Crystal Moore ‘96 (crystal@crystalmoore.com), or Chris Loh ‘86 (chris_loh@sbcglobal.net)

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