The Paul Robeson Institute offers:

  • Opportunities for individuals and the community to foster a spirit of inquiry and excellence in academic studies, communication skills, and the arts and sciences
  • Educational workshops, seminars, and forums that train educators to integrate the history and contributions of African-Americans into the full educational curriculum as required by the New Jersey Amistad mandate
  • Cultural happenings such as exhibits, lectures, concerts, and artistic events
  • Programs that emphasize the core values needed by young adults for leadership roles and civic participation in the 21st Century
  • Resource Room
  • The Paul Robeson Resource Room, located in the College’s Evelyn S. Field Library, is an information center for Robeson’s national and worldwide activities. Established in 2003, the Resource Room serves as a repository for educational materials, historical records, and memorabilia of Robeson’s Somerville years and the worldwide accomplishments of people of African-American descent.  The Resource Room affords students and members of the community a quiet place to research and study.
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