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Demonstrators unfurl a banner reading “COVID SUPPORT FOR ALL / ‘NONE OF US ARE SAFE UNTIL ALL OF US ARE SAFE.’”
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Coalition delivers petition to Nassau Hall demanding expansion of COVID-19 testing, vaccines for local community

“It may be easy to assume the University can simply flip a switch and provide public health resources to tens of thousands of additional people,” University Spokesperson Ben Chang told the ‘Prince’ in a past statement. “That is simply not true.”

“It may be easy to assume the University can simply flip a switch and provide public health resources to tens of thousands of additional people,” University Spokesperson Ben Chang told the ‘Prince’ in a past statement. “That is simply not true.”


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‘We are not your model minority’: Stop Asian Hate rally and vigil takes to Hinds Plaza

“To be quite frank with you, it is terrifying to just be an Asian American woman right now,” said Jennifer Lee ’23. “To those that uphold this system of oppression, may we remind you your silence is deafening.”

“To be quite frank with you, it is terrifying to just be an Asian American woman right now,” said Jennifer Lee ’23. “To those that uphold this system of oppression, may we remind you your silence is deafening.”


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NJ expands COVID-19 vaccine eligibility for vulnerable communities

On March 15, more populations will become eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in the State of New Jersey, specifically those between ages 16 and 64 with moderate to severe asthma, type I diabetes, a body mass index over 25, and other pre-existing health conditions.

On March 15, more populations will become eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in the State of New Jersey, specifically those between ages 16 and 64 with moderate to severe asthma, type I diabetes, a body mass index over 25, and other pre-existing health conditions.


Long-time disability rights activist Judy Heumann.
Courtesy of Judy Heumann

Disability rights activist Judy Heumann talks intersectionality with CJL

Long-time disability rights activist Judy Heumann spoke to over 150 community members from the University and partner campuses about activism, intersectionality, and representation in a Center for Jewish Life event promoting disability awareness and inclusion. Heumann recently published her memoir, “Being Heumann: An Unrepentant Memoir of a Disability Rights Activist.”

Long-time disability rights activist Judy Heumann spoke to over 150 community members from the University and partner campuses about activism, intersectionality, and representation in a Center for Jewish Life event promoting disability awareness and inclusion. 


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