The Princeton Club of Southern California invites you to an afternoon of exploration of race and ethnicity in contemporary society. The Princeton Prize in Race Relations will be awarded to an area student, followed by a discussion of Latino politics by Ali Valenzuela, Assistant Professor of Politics at Princeton.

Ali A. Valenzuela

Princeton Professor Ali A. Valenzuela

Every year, PCSC awards the Princeton Prize in Race Relations/LA, a $1000 university-funded prize given to a local student who through personal action has helped improve race relations in his or her school or community. The winner will be introduced at the beginning, followed by Dr. Valenzuela’s talk and a question and answer session.

Dr. Valenzuela specializes in American electoral politics with a focus on Latino public opinion, immigrant socialization, voter turnout using field experiments, religion and politics, and identity politics in the U.S. Dr. Valenzuela earned his Ph.D. from Stanford and his B.A. from UCLA, both in Political Science.

Light appetizers and refreshments will be served.

Note: Seating is limited to 35 and event registration closes at 2:00 pm on Saturday, April 25th.


When: Sunday, April 26th, 4:00 - 6:00pm
Where:  Paramount Pictures, Marathon Building, 5555 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles
Enter at the Melrose Gate at Melrose and Windsor. Guests MUST have valid photo ID.
Cost: $20 for PCSC members, $25 for non-members


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Sunday April 26, 2015
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Address & Directions:

Paramount Pictures, Marathon Building

5555 Melrose Ave
Enter at Melrose Gate
Los Angeles, CA 90038
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