Produced by Chiara Ficarelli
On Thursday, April 27, YDS held a Workers’ March along with Campus Dining employees and shop stewards of SEIU Local 175, the worker’s union. The protest was in regard to concerns about the treatment of workers during the snowstorm in March 2017. The YDS is demanding that the University back-pay workers that did not receive overtime pay because their shifts were outside the “emergency period” of 5 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Produced by Alice Maiden
On March 6, Princeton Citizen Scientists and Princeton Advocates for Justice held the Day of Action in Frist, a day-long event to encourage learning and debate about social, environmental, and political issues facing the country and internationally. Professors, students, and alumni held over 60 teach-ins to discuss a variety of pressing topics, and to inspire community members to take action to make change.
Produced by Cindy Liu
For Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, Princeton University students speak about their experiences with their Asian Pacific American identities. This is the second video in a series of four, during which students talk more deeply about their relationship with their Asian Pacific American identities, including times when they’ve felt distance or sought distance from it.
Supported by the Carl A. Fields Center for Equality + Cultural Understanding at Princeton University
Produced by Cindy Liu
For Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, Princeton University students speak about their experiences with their Asian Pacific American identities. This is the first video in a series of four, during which students reflect on how their Asian Pacific American identities have developed over time, as well as challenges they have faced throughout.
Supported by the Carl A. Fields Center for Equality + Cultural Understanding at Princeton University.
Produced by Malcolm Steinberg
Documentary about a Revolutionary War reenactment in Princeton.
Produced by Paige Amormino, Cindy Liu, Jack Lohmann, and Angélica María Vielma
On February 24th, Princeton University performing arts groups came together to present Arts without Borders: a benefit concert coordinated by Princeton Advocates for Justice in conjunction with DREAM Team to benefit the Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund.
Produced by Marah Sakkal, James Sung and Angélica María Vielma
1080politics: On February 17, 2017, almost 300 students gathered on the Immigration Day of Action. Princeton Advocates for Justice wrote letters and postcards to members of Congress and Senators to speak out against Donald Trump’s travel ban. 1080p covered the action.
Produced by Paige Amormino and Nick Sexton
By Alice Maiden
Juniors in Art and Archaeology’s Program 2, the Program for Visual Arts, have studio spaces on the fourth floor of the Lewis Center for the Arts at 185 Nassau where they can work on their independent work.
Continue reading Junior Studios (Part 1)
By Peter HyungJun Yoon
On the evening of Tuesday, February 7, 2017, Campus Club became an unusual hotspot for students heading down Prospect Avenue. A group of students protesting bicker, a huge white poster insisting “Bicker St. Archibald’s League!” and a bouncer all were novel additions to the usually empty club at night.
Club Revolución and St. Archibald’s League are student groups formed as a response to the traditional and selective admissions process— known as “bicker” — that certain eating clubs undergo every February. The students hope to end the bicker process, arguing that it is an “elitist and separationist practice.”
Continue reading Breaking Bicker: St. Archibald’s League