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Princeton Equality Project Records


Held at: Princeton University Library: University Archives [Contact Us]

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Princeton University. Princeton Equality Project.

The Princeton Equality Project, founded in 2010, is an activist group focused on LGBT issues. The organization aims to realize full LGBT equality by fostering civil engagement and promotion social responsiblity. The group seeks to achieve its mission through a variety of student lead projects.

The Princeton Equality Project records document the the group's activities during the 2015-2016 school year. The records contain minutes from meetings, images from the Awareness Campaign, and a letter expressing solidarity with the Black Justice League.

The collection's folders retain their originial order as when transferred to the University Archives. The Uncategorized Files folder contains all files that are not previously categorized into another folder.


The records were transferred to the University Archives in April of 2016 as part of the Archiving Student Activism at Princeton (ASAP) initiative (AR.2016.027).

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This collection was processed by Elena Colon-Marrero in June 2016. Finding Aid written by Elena Colon-Marrero in June 2016.

No materials were separated.

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Awareness Campaign, 2016 April 11. 27 digital files.
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27 digital files

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Uncategorized Files, 2015 September 24 - 2015 November 27. 1 digital file.
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