We are forming a network of Princetonians who share a commitment to progressive values. Princeton often is perceived to be a bastion of conservatism, but we believe this does not reflect the diversity of the Princeton community. Our intention is to give a voice to the many Princetonians who hold certain core beliefs.

We strongly support civil liberties; civil rights, including the right of all people to love and marry whom they choose; equality of economic opportunity; universal education; universal health care and reproductive rights; racial equality; and common-sense limits on the rights of citizens to bear arms. Finally, we believe that global warming is a real and present danger.

This list is by no means comprehensive. It’s a beginning. We have been privileged to be educated at this extra­ordinary institution, and we invite all like-minded members of the Princeton community to join our conversation.

Jason Gold ’81
Alison Holtzschue ’82
Tom Burka ’81
John Oakes ’83