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Corporate DEI: Listening for Action at Cree | Wolfspeed

Cree, the global leader in silicon carbide technology through its Wolfspeed® business, may not be a typical partner for the Equity Collaborative, but working with them opened our eyes to something important.

The Mis-education of Black Children in America

All of the recent talk about equity in the theater of public education is moving in the right direction, and it is partially what the drum majors for justice in the past were fighting for. However, we cannot let the conversation rest here.
February Black History Month

To Live and Live Abundantly: Black History Month

Every February, as a Black woman, I am excited to see how Black Americans’ accomplishments are highlighted and honored during this time. I have also thought, “What if we honored Black Americans all year long?”
Enloe Magnet High School

The Enloe Five: Students Teaching Teachers about Equity

Enloe Magnet High School's principal started his school's equity work at the top. Then, he realized he needed to bring students to the table. That led to The Enloe Five, which has been an amazing offshoot of The Equity Collaborative's Students' Six model for creating equitable and culturally responsive teaching.
MLK Quote

The Profound Growth of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

On MLK Day, let's look beyond "I have a dream." Let's look at Dr. King's growth. Let's remember his last speech.
NY Times Cover Photo for Racial Slur, Viral Video, and Reckoning

Some Thoughts on “A Racial Slur, a Viral Video, and a Reckoning”

The story of Jimmy Galligan and Mimi Groves has gotten a lot of attention, especially the way the NY Times told it. Let's think about this not as a story of individuals, but as a story of systems.
GI Joe cartoon

Systemic Equity Assessment: Is Knowing Half the Battle?

We work with school systems all the time to assess the current state of their equity practices. But what happens next? And what does the G.I. Joe Fallacy have to say about it?
1849 code of virginia

Fox News, Virginia, and Us: Educational Equity in Loudoun County

Our work with Loudoun County, Virginia, has made national headlines. We think this is more than an of-the-moment news story, though. This is living history.

Corporate DEI: Listening for Action at Cree | Wolfspeed

Cree, the global leader in silicon carbide technology through its Wolfspeed® business, may not be a typical partner for the Equity Collaborative, but working with them opened our eyes to something important.

The Mis-education of Black Children in America

All of the recent talk about equity in the theater of public education is moving in the right direction, and it is partially what the drum majors for justice in the past were fighting for. However, we cannot let the conversation rest here.
February Black History Month

To Live and Live Abundantly: Black History Month

Every February, as a Black woman, I am excited to see how Black Americans’ accomplishments are highlighted and honored during this time. I have also thought, “What if we honored Black Americans all year long?”
Enloe Magnet High School

The Enloe Five: Students Teaching Teachers about Equity

Enloe Magnet High School's principal started his school's equity work at the top. Then, he realized he needed to bring students to the table. That led to The Enloe Five, which has been an amazing offshoot of The Equity Collaborative's Students' Six model for creating equitable and culturally responsive teaching.
MLK Quote

The Profound Growth of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

On MLK Day, let's look beyond "I have a dream." Let's look at Dr. King's growth. Let's remember his last speech.
NY Times Cover Photo for Racial Slur, Viral Video, and Reckoning

Some Thoughts on “A Racial Slur, a Viral Video, and a Reckoning”

The story of Jimmy Galligan and Mimi Groves has gotten a lot of attention, especially the way the NY Times told it. Let's think about this not as a story of individuals, but as a story of systems.
GI Joe cartoon

Systemic Equity Assessment: Is Knowing Half the Battle?

We work with school systems all the time to assess the current state of their equity practices. But what happens next? And what does the G.I. Joe Fallacy have to say about it?
1849 code of virginia

Fox News, Virginia, and Us: Educational Equity in Loudoun County

Our work with Loudoun County, Virginia, has made national headlines. We think this is more than an of-the-moment news story, though. This is living history.