We must do better.
We Must Do Better
Racial disparities have permeated all facets of our societies, our communities, schools and our classrooms. Yet, discussions about and actions to combat racism do not often make their way into our textbooks or our classrooms. We are here to support you in changing the status quo.
"Though slavery is taught in history classes, only 8% of high school seniors could identify slavery as the central cause of the Civil War. And more than half of teachers found their textbooks inadequate on the topic of slavery." Southern Poverty Law Center
Community Voices. Real Empathy.
Introduce your students to important themes about Racial Justice by having them listen to one of our many podcasts featuring the real voices of those affected by the issue.
Think Globally. Act Locally.
The following UN Global Goals are relevant to the theme of Racial Justice.
Our platform helps students address these global goals through engaging activities that result in real changemaking.
Design for Change In Action
North Carolina Students Address Historic Racism
The George Taylor Remembrance Project raised awareness about the lynching of George Taylor which occurred over 100 years ago and is the only documented lynching in Wake County, North Carolina.
As part of the reconciliation process, students conducted a soil collection and created the Citizen's Promise.