Making Space for Youth Activism
Schools can be safe environments for students to explore ways to improve the world and the communities they live in.
Home Is a Dream and a Cage—but It Doesn’t Have To Be
Immigrants who are DACA-protected or otherwise undocumented should get to choose what and where “home” is.
Our Kids Deserve the Honest Truth About U.S. History
On Juneteenth and throughout the year, it’s essential to teach about race and American history authentically and without restrictions.
When Teachers Struggled to Address Racism, These Students Showed Them How
Students at a Chicago school hold a teach-in for faculty on being antiracist, sparking change at the school and leading to the birth of a new nonprofit dedicated to centering student voices.
A Multigenerational Effort to Eliminate a Racist Mascot
How one school district decided it was time for change and navigated choosing a new mascot.
Condemning Anti-Asian Violence Requires More Than Words
During this spike in anti-AAPI violence, it is not enough for aspiring allies to say “we see you” and “we hear you” anymore. These words must be accompanied by real solidarity and accountability.
Working to Shatter Education's Glass Ceiling
Teaching is one of the most female-dominated professions, with 76 percent of all K-12 teachers in the U.S. identifying as women. So why do women only make up 31 percent of district superintendents?
Youth-Led Activism is Key to Building a Better World
Youth activists have been at the center of social movements throughout history. Now, they are leading the fight for equity and racial justice in the middle of a pandemic.
One Man’s Mission To Recruit 100 Board Members
Miami-Dade Alum Justin Pinn knows the impact of having diverse voices on boards in his community, so he’s recruiting area alums to join in this important work.