Princeton voices: Speaking out on the aftermath of events at the U.S. Capitol

Jan 08 2021
Jamie Saxon

As the United States grapples with the aftermath of events surrounding the lawless violence in the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, several Princeton faculty members and alumni are using op-eds, television news programs, podcasts, online publications and social media to speak to the moment, share their expertise, and help chart a path forward for the country, drawing on their research as well as their own personal experiences.

In addition, Princeton President Christopher L. Eisgruber wrote a Jan. 6 post addressing the violence at the Capitol and the promise of the Constitution to permit us to address disagreements peacefully.

In this Jan. 8 piece from Princeton's Office of Communications, you can read and listen to some of the Princeton faculty and alumni contributions to this vital national dialogue.