In Response to: Across Nassau Street [6]

Really - you didn't realize that white people in Princeton didn't have negative feelings toward blacks. I was born in 1961. My brother was born in 1950. He went to elementary school on Nassau Street. He told me that black kids could only take a certain route to school from our downtown neighborhood because the residents would call the police. 
My father Henry Pannell, who grew up in Princeton, used to tell us stories about many instances of de facto and outright segregation. They had to sit in the balcony at the Garden Theatre! Your post screams white privilege.