PRINCETON DIVERSITY DISCUSSIONS (PDD) — a monthly series of gatherings supported by the Association of Black Princeton Alumni, the Association of Latino Princeton Alumni, and the Asian American Alumni Association of Princeton — has grown substantially since the Princeton Club of Chicago introduced the discussions a few years ago. Groups from New England to San Diego have participated, and several groups have made PDD a regular feature of their programming. 

In March, the PRINCETON CLUB OF CHICAGO enjoyed a virtual performance by fiddler Brittany Haas ’09 and her band, Hawktail. Princetonians and others watched a virtual performance and chatted with Haas about her on-campus experiences as a musician. 

THE PRINCETON WOMEN’S NETWORK and the PRINCETON ASSOCIATION OF NYC enjoyed a conversation in March featuring Robin Givhan ’86, senior critic at large for The Washington Post. The talk was hosted by Alexandra Lebenthal ’86, and the pair discussed politics, fashion, and race.

Courtesy Alexandra Lebenthal ’86