This week marks the end of Black History Month, our country’s annual celebration of the fundamental
role Black Americans have played throughout American history. While looking back in this way can be a valuable practice
in itself, it becomes even more powerful when paired with a resolve to look forward, towards the future. To this end,
we asked columnists to respond to the following prompt: “imagine a more racially just and racially inclusive Princeton, and write about how we can get there.” We hope their resulting columns encourage readers in our community to not only reflect on Princeton’s complicated past but to imagine a more just future.
— Shannon Chaffers, Head Opinion Editor
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