We stand in solidarity with our BIPOC communities — Read Princeton AlumniCorps’ statements about the mass shootings in Uvalde, TX and Buffalo, NY
AlumniCorps’s Statements of Solidarity
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We share our deepest condolences with the families of the murdered in the horrific grocery store shooting in Buffalo, NY. We must call out acts of racially motivated hate and violence even as we send our support to the affected community. It is important that we look at this act, not as an isolated incident perpetrated by someone who is uniquely troubled, but as evidence of the systemic violence perpetuated by white supremacy culture. We also want to further recognize and acknowledge the collective harm this atrocity has on our Black/African American Fellows, leaders, organizations, and communities.
Princeton AlumniCorps will continue the work we started 30 years ago: we will partner with social sector organizations committed to systemic change. We continue our commitment to integrating diversity, equity, and inclusion in the way we support our Project 55 Fellows and our Emerging Leaders and the communities in which they work. We remain steadfast in our mission to create a more just, inclusive and equitable society.
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