McCarter hosted the 13th Annual Princeton Prize in Race Relations of Northern New Jersey, an awards program to promote understanding and respect among different races by recognizing high-school-age students whose efforts have had positive effect on race relations in their schools or communities. Jazmine Shaw, a junior at David Brearley High School in Kenilworth, NJ, was this year’s first prize winner. Jazmine wrote, “Together, we are making the school a more comfortable and inclusive place for students of color. Together, we will create our revolution.” Other Certificate of Accomplishment Honorees include: Andre Ferreira of Science Park High School, Newark; Madison Hobbs, Sofia Kwon, and Tyler Newman of Kent Place School, Summit; and Matthew Skolar of Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School, Scotch Plains.
(Left to right) McCarter's Pro Bono Partner Michelle Movahed and Partners for Women & Justice's Policy Counsel Patricia Perlmutter welcomed attendees to the 13th Annual Princeton Prize in Race Relations Awards Ceremony.
Keynote Speaker and civil rights activist Theodora Lacey.
(Left to right) 13th Annual Princeton Prize in Race Relations winner and honorees, Tyler Newman, Andre Ferreira, Matthew Skolar, Sofia Kwon, Madison Hobbs, Jazmine Shaw (first prize winner), and keynote speaker Theodora Lacey.