Advocating for equity and anti-racist policies and practices in schools is not easy. However, the work is necessary. Educators, parents, community members and even students can take even small steps to ensure that students of color are receiving the same treatment and experience as their white peers. Not sure how to move forward? Need some advice? Submit your question (with some context) below and we will select a few responses to feature on our blog. Feel free to omit any identifying details and to sign anonymously! Also, don't forget to read our disclaimer below!
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