Organizing Praxis Lab

The Organizing Praxis Lab is a year-long training program, sponsored by the Pace Center for Civic Engagement and the University Center for Human Values, is designed for activists with a passion for social justice. Led by Princeton graduate students and former professional community organizers, the Organizing Praxis Lab helps participants learn and hone the skills of organizing. 

A group of 25 undergraduate, graduate, and community partners were selected to participate in the first Organizing Praxis Lab during the 2017-2018 academic year. The lab features monthly training sessions paired with a public speaker series. 

 

2017-2018 Speaker Series

Organizing for Faith & Racial Justice in the Trump Era
November 16, 2017
Pastor Mike McBride

DREAMers, Organizers & Workers: Organizing Power in Immigrant Communities
December 7, 2017
Carlos Rojas Rodriguez

No Justice, No Peace: A Discussion with Thenjiwe McHarris
February 8, 2018
Thenjiwe McHarris

An Activist Life with Heather Booth
March 28, 2018
Heather Booth

SNCC to BLM: Robert Moses Discusses the Evolution of Racial Justice Organizing
April 8, 2018
Robert Moses & Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor

Questions can be directed to Pace Center Program Coordinator, Eliza Blades, at eblades@princeton.edu or by phone at 609.258.9746.