Category Archives: racial equity
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
New Oakland Education Investment Fund, Educate78, announces partnership with the Black Teacher Project!
The National Equity Project is honored to incubate and house the Black Teacher Project (BTP) and its founder and our ally, Dr. Micia Mosely! We’re excited to share that new Oakland Education Investment fund, Educate78, recently announced its partnership with … Continue reading
I just returned from facilitating another Leading for Equity Institute; the National Equity Project has been hosting these Institutes annually for over 14 years. I have been at most of the these institutes and it is very common for people to not … Continue reading
Every year we celebrate Martin Luther King Day as a reminder of the power of collective leadership to transform inequity. Today it feels more important than ever that we move the dial on racial equity in our country. There is … Continue reading
We are excited to share a brilliant new resource on racial healing: A Safe Place to Talk about Race – 10 Thought-Provoking Interviews by Sharon E. Davis. The book is a collection of interviews from Davis’ radio show on VoiceAmerica. We are particularly … Continue reading
Anytime race enters the national conversation it’s important to watch and listen to how it unfolds. In many ways the Donald Sterling controversy has followed the standard discourse – the blame falls on Sterling as an individual racist, his comments … Continue reading