• First One Hundred Days. Photograph of campus protest, 2017.

Curatorial note:
  • The Princeton Advocates for Justice and a coalition of graduate students organized the Rally for a Hate-Free Princeton in response to the posting of anti-Semitic, anti-immigrant, and racist flyers around campus. Held on April 26, 2017, outside of Firestone Library, the rally consisted of ten minutes of silent protest, testimonies from student leaders, and teach-ins, including one led by Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs Betsy Paluck. The First One Hundred Days project was a collaboration between the Pace Center for Civic Engagement, the Princeton University Women’s Center, the Princeton University Library, and the Princeton Progressive to highlight and document campus activism in response to the election of Donald J. Trump. Two collection drives culminated in an activism exhibition in the Frist Campus Center in May 2017. This collection demonstrates that the University Archives collects material documenting campus life regardless of age.

  • First Hundred Days Collection (AC456, box 2). Princeton University Archives. Seventeen Princeton University organizations contributed to this collection.

Collections:
Title:
  • Campus Protests Photographs
Language:
  • English
Extent:
  • portion of 1 box
Publisher:
  • Princeton University. Library. University Archives
Created:
  • 2017-2017
Identifier:
  • ark:/88435/nc580r607
Edm rights:
  • No Known Copyright
Creator:
  • Princeton University. Library. University Archives
Range label:
  • Logical
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Depositor:
  • bwodnick
Date created:
  • 2017 May