Together For Justice
Knowledge is Power
Let’s begin to understand racism as a system into which we have all been socialized, recognize our systemic racial patterns to support our learning and growth, and put our energy into engaging in ongoing self awareness, continuing education, relationship building and actual anti-racist practice.
We know our students and families are disproportionately affected by the same injustices that took the lives of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Rayshard Brooks and countless others, and we are committed to the causes of racial justice and equitable opportunity, both for our students and families at KIPP, and for the country in which we live.
Please find resources below to help you carve out your path to social justice, equitable opportunity and help us all be the change we wish to see in the world.
Black History Always.
Our celebration of Black Lives & Black History extends beyond the month of February. We create engaging, joyful, community responsive learning opportunities for every member of our school communities. Through this work, we create an environment where KIPPsters know that celebrating a beautiful, complex, and complete history of Black people globally lifts our entire community toward liberation for all.
Then I remembered why I entered education in the first place. It's my way to help dismantle racist policies and institutions by education and shaping the minds of our future leaders.
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