92 High School Students Receive the Princeton Prize in Race Relations

The Princeton Prize in Race Relations, sponsored by the Princeton University Alumni Association, recently was awarded to 92 high school students in 19 cities across the nation. Nineteen first-place prizes — one in each city — were awarded $1,000. Among the winners were students who organized clothing drives for children in Kenya, who produced a film on economic disparities between the races, and who created an African-American studies curriculum for elementary school students.