"The Land on which Princeton University stands is part of the ancient homeland and traditional territory of the Lenape people. We pay respect to Lenape peoples past, present, and future and their continuing presence in the homeland and throughout the Lenape diaspora."
This statement continues to evolve.
For sustainable solutions to serve all communities, especially overburdened ones, it is critical that diverse voices are represented in sustainability problem-solving dialogue and all members of the campus community feel welcomed, valued, and empowered to share their unique perspective. We welcome feedback from the Princeton campus community.
Read more about Princeton University's Land Acknowledgements