Listen: Iman Williams ’13, Princeton Prize in Race Relations Honoree, Featured on WYPR Radio
The WYPR radio series “The Lines Between Us” considers the lines that divide us between race and class. The program sought “the perspective of some young people who have given the issue of race a lot of thought.” Every year, Princeton University awards the Princeton Prize in Race Relations to high school students from across the country who are working to improve race relations in their schools and communities. Two of this year’s honorees are from Baltimore.
Park graduate Iman Williams is one of the certificate recipients of this year’s Princeton Prize. She graduated last spring and joined the WYPR broadcast via phone from Decatur, GA, where she is attending Emory University.
To listen to the podcast, including Iman’s contributions, click:
Photo: 2013 Princeton Prize in Race Relations Winners. Photo credit: Princeton Prize in Race RelationsBack to The Latest
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