Center for Racial Justice in Education offers trainings, consultation, and in-depth partnerships to educators who want to dismantle racism in their classrooms, homes, and communities.
Partnerships and Initiatives
The Racial Justice in Schools (RJIS) initiative provides public elementary schools in New York City with the opportunity to receive one year of intensive professional development to advance racial justice in their institutions. Participating schools are part of a cohort who are actively building an anti-racism practice in their communities.This initiative is funded by the W. K. Kellogg Foundation.
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We train educators to identify and interrupt racism, and to model what racial justice looks like in classrooms and communities—where all children are valued, respected, and safe.
Dismantling racism in our individual relationships and institutions is no easy task. But through our trainings and deep partnerships, we support educators in figuring out where best to begin, and to realize just how far they can go.