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Princeton Theological Seminary Announces Plan to Repent for Ties to Slavery

The Seminary will roll out more than 20 new initiatives by 2024
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PRINCETON, N.J. —Princeton Theological Seminary Board of Trustees unanimously endorsed the implementation of a multi-year action plan to repent for its ties to slavery. The approved series of new initiatives, ranging from increased student financial assistance to curriculum changes to added support for the Center for Black Church Studies, is a direct response to a report the Seminary published in October 2018 after conducting a two-year historical audit.

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