STUDENTS AGAINST ANTI-BLACK RACISM IN THE WOODROW WILSON SCHOOL AT PRINCETON UNIVERSITY


We demand a comprehensive transformation of the School of Public and International Affairs, beginning with a critical re-examination of its pedagogy and curriculum, School-wide programming, faculty representation, and campus iconography.

These demands reiterate the work of the Black Justice League (BJL), who demanded that Princeton implement cultural competency training for all staff and faculty, the requirement of classes on the histories of marginalized peoples, and the explicit acknowledgements of Wilson’s racist legacy.   



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