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The Princeton African American Studies Department is known as a convener of conversations about the political, economic, and cultural forces that shape our understanding of race and racial groups. We invite you to listen as faculty “read” how race and culture are produced globally, look past outcomes to origins, question dominant discourses, and consider evidence instead of myth.
 
Bibiana Princeton grew up in San Francisco in the 1970’s and was able to watch the development of American weed culture before her very eyes. While marijuana has recently experienced a transformation into a fully regulated market, she's bothered by the cultural erasure of the tens of thousands of older Americans who helped start the movement and utilize the substance on a daily basis to improve their lives. With the Princeton Cannabis Review she will draw attention to the past, present, and ...
 
This show brings you an overview of the key research being done right on Princeton's campus. It is produced under the 145th Board of The Daily Princetonian in partnership with Princeton Insights, a team of Princeton graduate and postdoctoral researchers working to feature research in an accessible manner for peers across departments and the public alike.
 
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While on the campaign trail in 2015, President Donald Trump referred to Mexicans as “criminals” and “rapists,” inciting disdain from Hispanics, Latinos, and other racial groups. The rhetoric wove itself not only into the campaign but Trump’s entire tenure as president, marking a sharp turn from racially coded dog-whistle politics to more explicit w…
 
Our second episode looks at the culture and politics of Black foodways, from the ways in which Black women have used food to create traditions and claim power to the contemporary politics of nutrition, stereotypes, and food shaming. Beyond the platitude that food unites us all, Ebun Ajayi and Mélena Laudig explore the diversity of ways in which foo…
 
Jesus is willing to give you a radically transformed life, but are you ready and able to follow him? This week, we’ll examine the cost of discipleship as Jesus lays it out in Luke 14:25. If you’re enjoying this content and would like to join us live, we are meeting Sundays at 11:00am in the church parking lot, PHO restrictions permitting. The post …
 
Sunday service, At The River as we study Hebrews 5 thru 6. We see how the author mentioned Melchizekek, washings and even repentance of sins. Some of these he said are elementary to the gospels, but said he wants to move on to more sayings but the hearer's minds are too dull. Explaining that we should be teachers by now! He doesn't leave us there b…
 
April 1, 2021 | Miller ChapelMaundy ThursdayJohn 13:1-14So if I, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you also ought to wash one another’s feet. 13:14It is not a reassuring or comforting image to find our Lord and Teacher, who we worship, washing the dirt off of our feet. It disturbs our notions of holiness. But it also transforms them. We…
 
This midweeks service, At The River, we study Judges 16. Samson the champion of Israel now shows all his flaws. Even though he was formable on the battle field in private he was conquered and ruined! All because of his passions and sins, he gave his years to the merciless. Grab your bible and lets study Judges 16!…
 
Chris Sallade offered this short message of encouragement at our on campus Easter Service, showing how two everyday objects point us to the work of Christ. (Apologies for the lower audio quality and background noise as this was recorded in a large tent with several industrial fans going throughout the meeting time.)…
 
Without the resurrection, Christianity simply would not exist. All of Jesus’ life, the miracles he performed, and the claims he made about himself would be pure nonsense without the resurrection. History would have long ago forgotten about the zealot who claimed to be the Son of God, but lacked the capacity to save himself from death. It’s only whe…
 
March 25, 2021 | Miller ChapelLenten Series on the Road to EmmausScripture: Luke 24:32-35Were not our hearts burning within us? 24:32Renewed in the vision that the risen Christ was with them, the disciples are filled with passion and reverse their direction to return to Jerusalem. That which they had fled in discouragement now becomes their place o…
 
Recorded live at RiverSide Church, in Princeton NC. Judges 15 teaches of Samson and the theology of revenge! In a culture where we glamorize revenge, we see in this chapter that revenge teaches us an eye for an eye, but when that happens everyone is blinded by revenge! Samson is a mighty man of God, but his own flaws show us that even the best huma…
 
In this episode of At The River we study in Hebrews 5:1-10 about our Great High Priest Jesus Christ! The melody of redemption continues in this chapters as it sings of our savior and just how he's qualified to be our savior! In this episode we look back at Exodus 29:22 and see how the first high priest Aaron was anointed as a mediator between Israe…
 
Sabrina King, a nine-time Ivy League women’s volleyball champion as a player and coach, and Kelsey Koelzer, the first Princeton women’s hockey player to be named first-team All-American and the first black NCAA head hockey coach, are the guests on the new edition of “The First 50” podcast with Mollie Marcoux Samaan and Jerry Price.…
 
Join us At The River as we study Judges! Verse by verse, chapter by chapter! In this episode we study the parents of Samson, in chapter 14. We also get close enough to Samson to see his flaws. Without a doubt he is one of humanity's strongest example of a "man". However we can clearly see his flaws. His selfishness and his strong self will! Grab yo…
 
March 18, 2021 | Miller ChapelLenten Series on the Road to EmmausScripture: Luke 24: 28-31Then their eyes were opened, and they recognized him; and he vanished from their sight. 24:31The unseen visible presence of the Lord became the seen invisible presence. Faith is a way of seeing the Christ who has been with us before we recognized him. This tra…
 
Recorded live at RiverSide Church. Grab your bible and study with us! This episode of At The River, we study about the scriptures. Last time we where told to strive to enter rest. We weren't really told how until later in the chapter. When the Word of God is mentioned it's described as a 2 edge sword. Lets unpack this together because it's the key …
 
David Keddie continues our series on love by reflecting on Luke 7:36-50, where the woman with the alabaster jar anoints Jesus' feet. Jesus says of her "Do you see this woman? I entered your house; you gave me no water for my feet, but she has wet my feet with her tears and wiped them with her hair. You gave me no kiss, but from the time I came in s…
 
Recorded live At The River. Grab your bible and lets study Jephthaha, and Ephraim open this chapter with conflict! Just like much of the theme in this book everyone is out for oneself! The trouble makers known as Ephraim, also had issues with Gideon. See how Jephthaha, deals with this tribe. Study with us as we look at the judges Ibzan, Elon, and A…
 
Tackling today's biggest challenges — from the COVID-19 pandemic to climate change — will require innovative solutions from energized leaders. And among them is Annamie Paul MPA '01, leader of the Green Party of Canada. In this episode, Annamie lays out her policy priorities for Canada and reflects on how Princeton SPIA influenced her varied career…
 
March 11, 2021 | Miller ChapelLenten Series on the Road to EmmausScripture: Luke 24:25-27Oh how foolish you are, and how slow of heart to believe… 24:25The risen Jesus has to interpret the scriptures these disciples knew but did not believe. In a theological community it is easy to confuse knowing about Jesus with knowing him. The scriptures as the…
 
Recorded live "At The River" in Princeton NC. Studying Hebrews 4 together we see how the author is carrying his thoughts from chapter 3 almost repeating. Doing a running commentary of Psalm 95, the story of the children of Israel and the unbelief that wrecked them is the main theme in these two chapters. Grab your bible and lets examine these verse…
 
Welcome! Thanks so much for taking the time to tune into this week’s sermon online.* This week we’re looking at the nature of Jesus’ quiet confidence in God, and how we too can face our worries or struggles with a quiet confidence in God. The verse for today is from Luke 13:31-35. Other references include: Psalm 118:20-26 Isaiah 31:5 Luke 19:36 You…
 
Princeton 43, UCLA 41. Twenty-five years after the final backdoor layup dropped through the net, the Tigers’ memorable 1996 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament upset win lives on in the memories of fans — and not just Princetonians. On this month’s PAWcast, we talk about how Princeton knocked off the defending national champs with the starting five fr…
 
Recorded live at The River! RiverSide Church in Princeton NC. This episode we study 3 judges, from Tola, who is only mentioned in 1 verse of the bible, to Jair, who's legacy was his sons and 30 donkeys! Jephthah and his defense of Israel, and the big question about if he sacrificed his daughter to the Lord!? Don't forget to subscribe! www.RiverSide…
 
Between 1966 and 1996, the French government conducted 193 nuclear weapon tests in the islands of the South Pacific. These explosions profoundly altered the health, wellbeing, and environment of the people living in this region, who spent decades amid radioactive polluted air, water, and soil. A new book, "Toxique," by Sebastian Philippe of the Pro…
 
Recorded Live at RiverSide Church in Princeton NC. We are not to neglect such a great salvation, we are not to ignore the statutes of God or be forgetful of the great redemption that Jesus has done for us! We tend to wonder because that I our nature, grab your bible and attend to the Word of God and lets study together!…
 
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