Princeton University

Princeton University has provided Project Stand with materials from two very unique and innovative archival projects related to student activism. These include The First One Hundred Days Collection, a collection of protest materials from members of the Princeton community in response to the administration of President Donald J. Trump, and the Archiving Student Activism at Princeton Collection (A.S.A.P.), a project that pre-dates Project Stand but holds a very similar mission with regard to documenting the varied causes, interests, and advocacy efforts of the Princeton student community.



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Image: Black Justice League Sit-In, November 18, 2015

Collection: Archiving Student Activism at Princeton (ASAP) Collection

Dates: 2014 – 2016

Description: The Princeton University Archives launched the Archiving Student Activism at Princeton (ASAP) initiative in December of 2015 to collect and preserve individual and organizational records created by Princeton students who engage in activism on a broad range of issues and perspectives, both on campus and off. The records in this collection document a range of political and social issues, including sexual assault, gender equality, immigration, refugee crises (Syria), racism and anti-racism.