At Center for Racial Justice in Education, we believe that racial justice work is a journey, and requires an on-going commitment to racial justice education, self-reflection, and community engagement. From customized trainings, to consultations, to year-long initiatives, we offer the following opportunities for longer-term partnership.
Follow Up Training (Prerequisite- Talking about Race)
Center for Racial Justice in Education offers follow up training for educators and institutions who have participated in Talking about Race to deepen their learning and practice, through exploring topics such as unconscious bias, racial identity development, and creating racially equitable institutions.
Center for Racial Justice in Education offers consultation services to support educational institutions as they implement racial justice initiatives within their school communities. This can include, but is not limited to: implementing a racial justice needs assessment, coaching, observation, and strategy development.
Racial Justice In Schools (RJIS) New York City
Racial Justice in Schools (RJIS) provides public elementary schools in New York City with the opportunity to receive one year of intensive professional development to advance racial justice at their institutions. Through training, assessment, and customized coaching, schools gain strategies and resources to build culture, practices, and policies grounded racial justice and equity. 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.
Cohort of Anti-Racism Educators (CARE) Dallas-Fort Worth
The Cohort of Anti-Racism Educators (CARE) program is designed for small school-based teams of educators to build a collective anti-racism practice and advance racial justice in their schools and communities. CARE cohorts participate in a 6-hourTalking about Race training, a virtual debrief session, at least one virtual community conversation with other participating schools/ organizations, and an in-person culminating alliance-building gathering. Any Title 1 school who serves a majority of students of color will receive full scholarships to participate.