Dismantling racism in our individual relationships and institutions is no easy task. But through our trainings, consultations, coaching, and deep partnerships, we support educators in figuring out where best to begin, and to realize just how far they can go.Learn more
Inspired by the legacies of Ella Baker and Octavia Butler, this program utilizes an art-based pedagogical approach to target critical dialogue, creative expression, and youth-adult partnership, in order to advance racial justice in high school communities.Learn more
CARE is designed to answer the call of educators across the country, a call for opportunities for continued learning, healing and restorative practices to center one’s well-being, peer to peer connection, and engagement in sustained communities of practices that goes deeper and beyond one-day professional development sessions.Learn more
Since 2012, CRJE has trained thousands of educators across the United States. We are constructing a new reality: a world of racial justice where all children, their families, and their communities thrive.