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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Princeton AlumniCorps grieves the loss of George Floyd in Minneapolis, whose killing took place on the heels of the unjust shootings of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia and Breonna Taylor in Louisville. These black people’s lives were taken amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which is killing black and brown Americans at higher rates than other groups, magnifying the systemic disparities that many of our nonprofit program partners are fighting to combat.
Skyrocketing rates of unemployment have compounded the issues rife in the communities our Project 55 Fellows and Emerging Leaders serve across our nation. We stand with those whose voices are routinely marginalized and we commit to making the AlumniCorps community a space in which these voices are amplified.
As we grieve, Princeton AlumniCorps will continue the work we started 30 years ago: we will partner with social sector organizations committed to systemic change. We renew our commitment to integrating diversity, equity, and inclusion in the way we support our Project 55 Fellows and our Emerging Leaders.
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2022-23 On The Path
On the Path 2022-23 Princeton AlumniCorps Project 55 Fellowship Directory showcases all the Project 55 fellows for the 2022-23 Annual Year.