Welcome to this viewing of The Long Shadow, hosted by Not in Our Town Princeton, the Racial Justice Task Force of UUCP, and La Convivencia.
We thank many organizations for supporting and publicizing this event.
A Content Warning for Viewers: This film contains brief shots of violent, degrading images and references to human suffering. It exposes the damage that racism has wrought and portrays history in a real and unaltered way.
You can view the film on this page from January 17 through 23 without paying a fee, thanks to the hosts.
On January 20 at 7:30 pm, to join Director Frances Causey for Q&A, register by clicking this link and filling out the information:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. If you register early, you may receive a second email as a reminder with the link to participate.
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton, Racial Justice Task Force (RJTF)
The RJTF promotes racial justice and multiculturalism and acts to eliminate oppression and racism within ourselves, our congregation and in our communities. The range of work includes a congregational statement to denounce racism and pledge to work to eliminate racism; to congregation wide education; and to partnerships with groups that are involved in anti-racism work in our local communities and state. See http://www.uuprinceton.org/about-justice.
Not in Our Town Princeton
Not in Our Town Princeton is a multi-racial, multi-faith group of individuals who stand together for racial justice and inclusive communities. Our organization’s mission is to promote the equitable treatment of all, and to uncover and confront white supremacy, a system that manipulates and pits all races and ethnicities against each other. Our programs, including monthly presentations and conversations, are listed on our website niotprinceton.org.
La Convivencia offers meaningful dialogues, interaction and community service to foster inclusivity, mutual respect and understanding among people of different races, cultural traditions, and faiths. At www.laconvivencia.org, sign up for the monthly dialogue, learn of events, join the Youth Council, or become a volunteer. Founded in West Windsor by Tasneem Sultan, La Convivencia brings people together to build bridges and coalitions, shifting away from bigotry and racism and moving towards equity, justice and peace.
- Hamilton Baha’i Assembly
- Love Thy Neighbor Group of The Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville
- Mount Pisgah AME Church of Princeton
- NJ Division on Civil Rights
- Racial Justice Task Force of Congregation Beth Chaim
- Racial Justice Team of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Princeton Junction
- Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Washington Crossing
- Witherspoon-Jackson Historical and Cultural Society
- YWCA Princeton
Frances Causey’s personal journey in exposing her own family’s history of slaveholding and how the institution of slavery continues to have an impact today is both brave and incredible.– Yolanda Smith, Executive Director, NAACP Houston
Watch The Long Shadow
The streaming window for the full version of the film has ended. Please enjoy the 15-min version.
Join the live Zoom Q&A on Wednesday, January 20th at 7:30pm EST with Director Frances Causey!
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