Category Archives: Current Events

Rebel Leadership for our Collective Future

On behalf of the National Equity Project, we hope you and your loved ones are in a position to remain healthy and safe. We offer our unending gratitude and affirmation of well-being to those charged with caring for the health, … Continue reading

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Kindness eases change. Love quiets fear.

Kindness eases change. Love quiets fear. And a sweet and powerful Positive obsession Blunts pain, Diverts rage, And engages each of us In the greatest, The most intense Of our chosen struggles. – Octavia Butler, Parable of the Talents At … Continue reading

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This Moment

“We must be impatient for change. Let us remember that our voice is a precious gift and we must use it.” – Claudia Flores, Center for American Progress America is facing a humanitarian crisis at and within her borders. As citizens, we are … Continue reading

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Equity Leadership in Novato, CA

For several years now, Novato Unified School District has embarked on a journey towards equity in education in their community.  This journey began with developing equity consciousness and awareness amongst leaders so that they could look at their school system, … Continue reading

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Remember: There Is No Apolitical Classroom

As thousands of young people return to school, remember there is no apolitical classroom. Telling the truth is not changing history – it’s what will prevent us from repeating it. Click on the following link for tools and ideas to … Continue reading

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Hate and Hurt in America: On Charlottesville

From our fierce leader, LaShawn Chatmon: Now more than ever we must stand resolute — committed to lead through listening, to lead with love, to lead with a historical and structural analysis – to lead for equity. The terror and … Continue reading

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Equity and the Common Core

The question on my mind these days is: Will the Common Core, on the whole, be a force for equity? Or will it wind up reproducing the current inequities in our system? Literacy educator Alfred Tatum asks this question even more … Continue reading

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