Who we Are
We are a coalition of undergraduate students in the School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University. We are protesting the anti-Black racism that has remained salient in the department throughout history and continues today.
As of June 21, 2020, we have received public support from 274 signatories, which includes 75% of the Class of 2020, 60% of the Class of 2021, and 64% of the Class of 2022. As of June 25, 2020, we have received 1,350+ signatures on our change.org petition.
Affiliated Student Organizations
Co-Signers of the Letter
Princeton Black Student Union (BSU)
Black Leadership Coalition (BLC)
Princeton Association of Black Women (PABW) Princeton Black Men’s Association (PBMA)
Princeton African Students Association (PASA)
Students for Prison Education and Reform (SPEAR)
Princeton Latin American Student Association (PLASA)
Black Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson Accountability Task Force
Student Organizations In Solidarity
Asian American Student Association (AASA)
Princeton Arab Society
The Alliance of Jewish Progressives (AJP)
Princeton US-China Coalition
About the Organizers
The four writers of the Letter to the Administration are Ananya Agustin Malhotra ‘20, Andrew Gnazzo ‘20, Gaby Pollner ‘20, and Janette Lu ‘20. They are non-Black students who recently graduated from Princeton and majored in the School of Public and International Affairs.
In addition to the aforementioned students in the Class of 2020, students involved in this organizing effort include Alaina McGowen ‘21 (co-organizer), Sirad Hassan ‘20, Couty Fall ‘20, Nikhita Salgame ‘21, and Morgan Carmen ‘21, and Valeria Torres-Olivares ‘22. We are additionally grateful for the involvement of Kiki Gilbert ‘21.
Site designed by Bhavani Srinivas ’21
Virtual Protest Drawings by Ece Yetim *19
Typeset in Infini by Sandrine Nugue and Helvetica Neue by Max Miedinger