In recognition of National Coming Out Day (NCOD) on October 11, each year we publish a video on our website featuring Princeton students, staff, faculty, and alumni who openly identify themselves as members of, or in solidarity with, the LGBTQIA community.
Please watch the 2015 NCOD video by clicking the following link: https://vimeo.com/141941555
CPS is starting a support group around bias next semester. Here are some details:
Living with race, bias and subordinated social identities
January 5th, 3-4:30pm
“Oppressive social forces bring a host of complex and difficult challenges for people of color in the United States and at Princeton specifically. With the backdrop of recent and highly publicized examples of the cultural disregard for African-American lives, this discussion group provides a safe a
Date/Time – To be determined; Facilitator: Lauren DeMille, PhD
Most first-gen students have not had many (if any) opportunities to talk about their unique experiences of college. In this group first-gen students can share their experiences with others dealing with similar challenges. We will discuss ways that being first-gen can affect identity, emotions, relationships, and experiences of college.
The group will help participants to:
Share their experiences &ndash
This year, instead of our annual ad in the Daily Princetonian, we are moving the ad to our website accompanied by a video campaign. Our NCOD ad lists the names of students, faculty, staff, and alumni who recognize the importance of coming out of the closet and openly identify themselves as members of or allies to the LGBTQA community.
To watch our National Coming Out Day video, please click here!