Princeton students demand school confront racist legacy

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 Princeton University students protest inside the school president's office, demanding changes for the social and academic experience of black students.(Photo/WPRB)

Princeton University students protest inside the school president's office, demanding changes for the social and academic experience of black students.(Photo/WPRB)

Princeton University today joined the number of schools where protesters demanded change for the social and academic experience of black students.

NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller spoke about the contentious meeting between the Princeton Black Justice League and University President Chris Eisgruber with Jamal Maddox, news director at WPRB in Princeton.

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