Princeton Affordable Housing Map

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Date & Time Feb 22 2024 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Location Robertson Hall
Bernstein Gallery and Bowl 001
Fern Spruill
Edward Truscelli
Matt Mleczko
Anastasia R. Mann
Audience Open to the Public
aerial view of downtown Princeton, NJ
A view of downtown Princeton in around 1935. “Downtown Aerial View Documents Square Development,” Princeton Recollector 4, no. 2, Autumn 1978, page 20. Princeton University Library, Papers of Princeton


Please join us on Thursday, February 22 for a panel discussion on the past, present, and future of affordable housing in Princeton, and a reception in the Bernstein Gallery.

Reception in Bernstein Gallery

Panel in Robertson Hall, Bowl 001

The conversation features Fern Spruill, Chair, Princeton Civil Rights Commission and Community Partner-in-Residence, Princeton University; Edward Truscelli, Executive Director, Princeton Community Housing; and Matt Mleczko, Ph.D. Candidate, Population Studies and Social Policy. Anastasia R. Mann, Lecturer and Founding Director, SPIA in NJ, will join as moderator.

To attend in person, please RSVP here. Registration is appreciated but not required. 
If you plan to join remotely, please join the Zoom webinar here.

This event is organized alongside the “Princeton Affordable Housing Map” exhibition, on view in the Bernstein Gallery through February 23, 2024. Interested in visiting the digital version of the "Princeton Affordable Housing Map"? You can find it here!

Bernstein gallery; Photo credit: © Nic Lehoux

Bernstein Gallery

The School’s Bernstein Gallery is dedicated to art exhibitions that stimulate thinking about contemporary policy issues.