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In the Woodrow Wilson House: A Discussion of Wilson's Racism - SOLD OUT

Please join PCW and Association of Black Princeton Alumni for a frank and timely discussion concerning Woodrow Wilson's racism with Robert Enholm, Executive Director of the Woodrow Wilson House.

The DC Regional Committee of the Association of Black Princeton Alumni and the Princeton Club of Washington invite you to participate in a frank and timely discussion concerning Woodrow Wilson's racism in the dining room of the President's House, with Robert Enholm, Executive Director of The President Woodrow Wilson House on Wednesday, August 17th.

The reception with light refreshments begins at 
6:30, with the evening's discussion, facilitated by ABPA members, from 7:30 to 9 pm.


When: Wednesday, August 17th 

Time: 6:30 - 9:00 pm 

Where: Woodrow Wilson House (2340 S Street, NW, Washington, DC 20008; Closest Metro: Dupont Circle Metro Station - Red Line)

Cost: $10:00 - Alumni and guests (includes refreshments); Free - Current Princeton Students 

Please RSVP using this link: 
http://conta.cc/2aimYlg


NOTICE: The Princeton Club of Washington, D.C. is a regional alumni association and as such is a secular, non-partisan organization dedicated to serving the needs of local alumni of Princeton University. PCW’s co-sponsorship of this event is not to be interpreted as implying advocacy either for or against the opinions expressed by those presenting the event itself.


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