Are you or someone you know looking for an employment opportunity?
we are is hiring for 2 new positions! Children and Families Program Coordinator and Educator Program Coordinator. We are looking for someone who is committed to dismantling systemic racism in education and passionate about helping children develop healthy racial identities.
These are unique opportunities to be a part of creative and meaningful work in an organization that is generating structural changes within educational systems both locally and nationally.
Above you will find direct links to the job descriptions for both positions. We look forward to hearing from you all. If you have any questions or concerns please email us at email@example.com.
**New** Facilitating Healthy Racial Identities
There's still time to register for Facilitating a Healthy Racial Identity: A Workshop for Youth. We are beyond thrilled to co-host with Dr. Bettina Love and the Abolitionist Teaching Network. Half of the proceeds raised from this event will go toward our #GIVETogetherTHRIVETogether campaign.
Click here to register and learn more.
**New**: Educator Fall Institute 2020
Dear Community, based on interest, we have decided to host an additional Educator Institute this year. The Institute is designed for K-12 educators and aims to 1) Build a historical understanding of racial constructs, 2) Develop strategies and techniques which extend anti-racist practices into the school community, and 3) Promote civic engagement and allyship with people of color on issues of racial justice in education.
Registration is open. Click here for more information.
Are you interested in learning about we are's anti-racist summer camp curriculum for young children? If yes, please join us for a new program this summer, the Curriculum Workshop.
Registration is now open. Click here for more information.
Kate Medely/For WUNC
Statement on Recent Racist Events
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To our families and supporters,
While the world is experiencing a global health pandemic, the United States is also experiencing a racism pandemic. The recent lynchings of George Floyd in Minnesota, Breonna Taylor in Kentucky, and Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia have added to the extended list of Black lives unjustly taken away...
See the full statement here.