As many of our students are seeking support during this tumultuous time, we have compiled a list of resources for combating, coping, confronting, and understanding racism in America.
To learn more about the University's stance, read the Statement from President Eisgruber on the killing of George Floyd and the importance of confronting racism
For campus funding opportunities focused on activism, please visit Princeton RISE (Recognizing Inequities and Standing for Equality) Grants.
Proposals are due by June 22nd!
- Princeton University Library’s Black Lives Matter: Systemic Racism and Activism
- Princeton University Press Readings on anti‑racism, social justice, and inequity
- Princeton University’s Department of African American Studies Faculty Reading List
- Comprehensive list of resources for education, action, solidarity, and allyship by The Carl A. Fields Center for Equity and Cultural Understanding
- How Do We Change America? By Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor
- Center for Digital Humanities list of Antiracism Resources
- ESPN’s Passive and active non-racism podcast with Professor Eddie Glaude, Jr.
- Spotify Playlist: Collective Grief & Healing: Nap Ministry
- The Past and Present Of Protests In America
- D&I Media Central Channel for resources on dealing with online abuse
- Princeton University Facebook Live panel discussion The Power of Mentors: Blazing Paths for Underrepresented Minorities in #STEM
Mental Health and Wellbeing:
- CPS virtual counseling
- Office of Religious Life (contact one of the ORL Deans)
- Diversity Fellows Online Fitness Guide
*This list is not exhaustive. We will continue to add resources and information.