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Intro


Being Black at SchoolA movement for equity and safety for Black students 

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Intro


Being Black at SchoolA movement for equity and safety for Black students 

Being Black at School advocates for equity and safety for Black students.

EQUITY-DRIVEN  DATA-CENTERED  COMMUNITY-FOCUSED


 

Being Black at School is a national nonprofit advocacy organization focused on addressing the complexities of being a Black student in the American education system.

Our mission is to utilize data and policy analysis to foster a movement for schools that are safer and more equitable for Black students.

 
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Doing The Work


#DoingTheWork

Parents  Students  Educators • Policymakers • Activists 

Doing The Work


#DoingTheWork

Parents  Students  Educators • Policymakers • Activists 

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TRAINING & RESOURCES

Your generous donation allows us to protect the rights and safety of Black students in schools. Make a gift today and become a member of Being Black at School.

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Take Action

Join other Being Black at School members as we get active, get involved and get engaged. Together we will build a movement to ensure equity in schools.

Support Our Work

Do you want to see our work in your child’s school? We are developing resources to help school boards, administrators, and teachers create equitable schools.

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Equity


In order to achieve an equitable and inclusive education system we must identify, address, and eliminate the biases and barriers that cripple our students’ cognitive and social development.

Equity


In order to achieve an equitable and inclusive education system we must identify, address, and eliminate the biases and barriers that cripple our students’ cognitive and social development.

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Public Education


"In the field of public education, the doctrine of 'separate but equal' has no place." - Earl Warren, Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

Public Education


"In the field of public education, the doctrine of 'separate but equal' has no place." - Earl Warren, Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court