Walking Histories: Race & Protest in 1960s Princeton and Trenton

Walking Histories: Race and Protest in 1960s Princeton and Trenton 

Back by popular demand, this series of performance walks through the Princeton University campus was created by Princeton students in collaboration with theater artist Aaron Landsman and historian Alison Isenberg. Students focused on a rich trove of archival materials on 1960s race and protest to examine how these issues are imprinted on Princeton’s buildings and grounds.
 
All tours begin in the Art Museum lobby in McCormick Hall and last approximately one hour.   

Thursday May 30, 3:00 PM
"Walking Histories: Race and Protest at Princeton and in Trenton” 

Written by Kyle Berlin and Anna Kimmel, both Class of 2018
Performed by Kyle Berlin and Milan Eldridge '20.

Thursday May 30, 8:30 PM
"Radical Readings" 

Written by Kiki Gilbert '21 
Performed by Kiki Gilbert and Haydon John '21.

Friday May 31, 9:30 AM
"Walking Histories: Race and Protest at Princeton and in Trenton” 

Written by Kyle Berlin and Anna Kimmel, both Class of 2018
Performed by Kyle Berlin and Milan Eldridge '20.

Friday May 31, 10:30 AM
"Walking Histories: Race and Protest at Princeton and in Trenton” 

Written by Kyle Berlin and Anna Kimmel, both Class of 2018
Performed by Kyle Berlin and Milan Eldridge '20.

Friday May 31, 4:30 PM
"A life of Javier Johnson White"

Written by Maria Jerez '19
Performed by Maria Jerez.

Saturday, June 1, 10:30 AM
"Walking Histories: Race and Protest at Princeton and in Trenton”

Written by Kyle Berlin and Anna Kimmel, both Class of 2018
Performed by Kyle Berlin and Victoria Davidjohn '19.

The Reunion Performance Walks are kindly sponsored by the Princeton University Art Museum. 
Questions about the walks? Contact Alison Isenberg or Aaron Landsman.
For information about the Trenton Project, visit http://www.thetrentonproject.com/.