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Education & Youth Race Forward

Details: Unfortunately, our education system is a disservice to people of color, denying them adequate knowledge and skills for a 21st. century job market. The following resources illustrate the importance of closing the gap on racial disparities in education and provides important information for exposing the inequities that afflict U.S. public schools.

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Historical Timeline of Public Education in the US Race

Details: African Americans mobilize to bring public education to the South for the first time. After the Civil War, and with the legal end of slavery, African Americans in the South make alliances with white Republicans to push for many political changes, including for the first time rewriting state constitutions to guarantee free public education.

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Reporting on Race, Education and No Child Left Behind

Details: A free slide show that provides a glimpse into what Reporting on Race, Education, and No Child Left Behind: A Guide for Journalists has to offer. It walks the audience through the contents of the handbook, and provides in-depth racial analysis of two major provisions of …

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raCial equiTY and The edu fuTure of publiC sChools CaT ion

Details: school education, Hmong were at 59 percent, Cambodian at 53 percent and Vietnamese at 31 percent.2 And in 2006, 15 percent of American Indian/Alaska Native young adults were status3 dropouts, compared to 7 percent of their white peers. For some, getting to the bottom of the problems in education means eliminating the academic achievement

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Public Schools in the United States: Some History Race

Details: April 13, 2006. In the United States, public education has not always been free or universal. Race has often been the deciding factor. The original U.S. Constitution did not recognize slaves as full human beings, let alone citizens. It's not surprising that southern states made no provision for their education.

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Racial Profiling and Punishment in U.S. Public Schools

Details: Board of Education decision was based on the realization that race is a determining factor in who receives quality education in the United States. Nearly 50 years later, education policy and practice continue to single out students of color for disparate treatment. Racial Profiling and Punishment in U.S. Public Schools analyzes critical flaws

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Reporting on Race and No Child Left Behind

Details: three key education issues that are influenced by race, including school seg-regation, special education, and reporting of graduation and dropout rates. It also contains examples of education reporting that conceal and reveal the role of race. The second …

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Persistence of White Privilege and Institutional Racism

Details: Education Policy Expose Racism and Advance School Excellence (ERASE Project), Applied Research Center Land Use Policy Gavin Kearney Institute on Race and Poverty 6 The Persistence of White Privilege and Institutional Racism in US Policy. Executive Summary

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Race Reporting Guide

Details: Education/school reform, school-to-prison pipeline, extreme discipline, charter schools, testing, college admissions, access to higher education, school curriculum, segregation, education disparities, affirmative action, student loans, school closures, budget cuts. ONLINE RESOURCES See Colorlines coverage of Education, Schools & Youth

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What is Racial Equity

Details: Currently across the country, regardless of region, racial inequities exist across every indicator for success—including health, criminal justice, education, jobs, housing, and beyond. Our goal goes beyond closing the gaps; we must improve overall outcomes, focusing efforts on those who are faring worst.

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Race Forward Calls for Prioritization of COVID Vaccine

Details: Race Forward Calls for Prioritization of COVID Vaccine Distribution, Education, and Outreach in Communities of Color Black, Latinx and Indingeous communities have been more severely impacted by COVID-19 than any other communities in our country.

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Report Charges Racial Profiling in U.S. Public Schools

Details: The report also recommends that all school districts be required to annually collect and publish key education statistics, disaggregated by race. "Many school districts and state boards of education either fail to collect or refuse to divulge data broken down by race to parents and advocates," says Tammy Johnson, a co-author of the report.

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What is Systemic Racism

Details: "What Is Systemic Racism?" is an 8-part video series that shows how racism shows up in our lives across institutions and society: Wealth Gap, Employment, Housing Discrimination, Government Surveillance, Incarceration, Drug Arrests, Immigration Arrests, Infant Mortality… yes, systemic racism is really a thing.

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ERASE Reports & Studies

Details: Department of Education, the unions (California Teachers Association and California Federation of Teachers), organized parents, right-wing ideologues with repressive agendas, and politicians at every level and of every stripe vie to preserve and extend their …

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#BannedWords Campaign Race Forward

Details: Counter-Narrating the Attacks on Critical Race Theory. While President Biden rescinded the executive order banning racial equity training and replaced it with one to advance racial equity, opponents to racial justice have introduced upwards of 20 state legislative bills, some passed, that would ban racial equity work in government and education on race in schools.

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Facing the Consequences Race Forward

Details: We must face the consequences of racial discrimination in public education in order to ensure educational equity, opportunity, and excellence for all students. Key Findings. In 1999, community organizations in several U.S. cities undertook a study of their local school districts, to determine how they measured up in terms of racial justice.

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Beyond Training and the Skills Gap

Details: resources include education, transportation, social network access, and others that are often place-based. Ideally, systemic framing addresses the role of employer discrimination and inequitable policies and practices, whether carried out intentionally or not. At its best, systemic framing discusses the root causes and compounding effects of

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Research Reports Race Forward

Details: Confronting Racial Bias at Work: Challenges and Solutions for 21st Century Employment Discrimination, published by Race Forward, presents findings and recommendations to advance proactive systemic solutions that promote racially equitable outcomes.This report was prepared as a resource for racial and social justice-inclined consumers, worker advocates, particularly in industries …

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Facing the Consequences

Details: a decent education, students who are brown or Black can expect to be pulled over frequently, while their white coun-terparts whiz on by. If the public schools regularly failed to serve students of color in a single aspect of their educations, that would be bad enough. What …

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New Report Outlines Impact of Racial Profiling in U.S

Details: The report also recommends that all school districts be required to annually collect and publish key education statistics, disaggregated by race. "Many school districts and state boards of education either fail to collect or refuse to divulge data broken down by race to parents and advocates," says Tammy Johnson, a co-author of the report.

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2020 Program Facing Race: A National Conference

Details: The session will include political education about histories of journalism and resistance in the South. We will draw on the work and wisdom of southern media organizations and movement organizers to collectively build strategies for supporting, sustaining, and expanding the liberatory practice of journalism.

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2020 Program Topic: Education Facing Race: A National

Details: Education. All times Eastern Standard Time. Tuesday November 10. 4:00pm to 5:30pm EST. Decolonizing Gender: A Workshop Breakout Session. Malcolm Shanks

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Immigration Race Forward

Details: Improving the Odds for Immigrant and Language-Miinority Education Bilingual Certification Program, S. April 15, 2006. Available as a PDF download here. Prohibiting Immigration Status Inquiries by Government Employees Ordinance Number 121063, Seattle, W. April 15, 2006.

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Guide to Counter-Narrating the Attacks on Critical Race

Details: Download this guide to craft your response to attacks on racial equity training, whether you are a parent, activist, or government worker. Download PDF Contact Race Forward at [email protected] if you want to work with Race Forward’s team to develop (and potentially pitch) your story in support of education and training on systemic racism.

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Roberto Montoya Race Forward

Details: Roberto brings nearly 20 years of corporate, higher education, and governmental experience to Race Forward. Before joining the Race Forward team Roberto worked for the City and County of Denver as the Manager of Diversity and Engagement at the Denver International Airport (DEN). During his time with the DEN Roberto worked on numerous initiatives that focused on race and social

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Health & Health Policy Race Forward

Details: 9. Provide funding and support for improved nutrition, physical education, and health education in schools. School environments that emphasize health can lead to improved health outcomes and higher academic achievement. 10. Support programs that incorporate cultural traditions.

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Racial Disparities Related to School Zero Tolerance

Details: Zero tolerance policies are being implemented in unfair and unreasonable ways. Zero tolerance policies curtail the expression of reasonable professional judgment by school educators and administrators, and limit students' and parents' right to due process. There is a huge reporting deficiency in disciplinary actions in U.S. public schools.

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Board Race Forward

Details: In addition to Race Forward, Ramon serves on the Board of Directors of the Farmworker Housing Development Corporation, Center for Popular Democracy and the United Farmworkers of America Foundation. Ramon is currently a member of the Higher Education Coordinating Council for the State of Oregon. Lori Bezahler. Chair.

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Compact for Racial Justice: An Agenda for Fairness and

Details: "The Schott Foundation for Public Education endorsed the Compact because we believe it is important to highlight the challenges in racial and gender disparities, but it's also important to outline the solutions. And that's what the Compact is about."-- John H. Jackson, President and CEO The Schott Foundation for Public Education

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Vouchers: A Trap, Not A Choice Race Forward

Details: In 1993 California voters rejected Proposition 174, a private school voucher proposal, by the overwhelming margin of 70-30 percent. This November, California voters are once again asked to divest from public education through another initiative, Proposition 38, which would provide a $4,000 tuition subsidy for private institutions.

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Governing for Racial Equity Race Forward

Details: Building the We: Healing-Informed Governing for Racial Equity in Salinas. February 17, 2017. [VIDEO] In a context of mounting racial tension, Salinas government and community advocates collaborated to bring about a new initiative aimed at addressing the root causes of inequity and division within the city. "Building the We," published by Race

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Vouchers: A Trap, Not A Choice Race Forward

Details: This November, California voters are once again asked to divest from public education through another initiative, Proposition 38, which would provide a $4,000 tuition subsidy for private institutions. Placed on the ballot by multi-millionaire Tim Draper, the measure offers false hope to those in the most need of education reform.

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Creating Crisis Race Forward

Details: 1. Fully invest in the development of teaching talent and resources at high-need schools by creating "Local Education Action Projects" one of whose features would be to recruit and train local residents to become high-quality, long-term teachers in their local schools. 2.

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Get SMART Race Forward

Details: Small classes and schools Money for high quality education for all students, especially those with the greatest needs Authentic assessment and high standards instead of standardized high-stakes tests Racial and economic equity in educational policies, opportunities, and outcomes Top-notch teaching and rigorous curriculum. Small classes and schools: Mount-ing evidence shows that small …

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Learning Curves: Expanding the Constituency for

Details: Support in the United States for comprehensive sexuality education is overwhelming. Yet a small, vocal opposition and increasingly hostile public policy have deterred its implementation in many communities across the country.

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Delma Jackson III Facing Race: A National Conference

Details: Delma Jackson III is a facilitator, writer, and lecturer on social justice topics. He’s an education coordinator at Wellness Services, and a faculty member of the Center for Whole Communities. His research background includes: African American Studies. American Pop-Culture, Afro-Dutch identity, migration and immigration in Europe. He’s presented at New York University, Toledo

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Sana Qutubuddin Facing Race: A National Conference

Details: Sana Qutubuddin is a United Nations Development Program consultant on emergency education relief and has served as a consultant in various UNDP programs over the last 10 years. She is the National Advocacy Executive for the Indian American Muslim Council.

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Pua Case Facing Race: A National Conference

Details: Pua Case was born and raised on the Island of Hawai’i surrounded by the high mountains of Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa, Hualalai and Kohala. She is a Kumu Hula, a teacher of traditional dance and chant, and a teacher of the ways, culture and traditions of the kanaka maoli or native peoples of Hawai’i. With a degree in Hawaiian Language and culture, and a teaching degree in Social

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Principles for Racially Equitable Policy Platforms Race

Details: Instead of fixing people, which often manifests in policy solutions that criminalize communities of color, fix systems by creating policy that allows us all to live healthy lives — affordable housing, quality K-12 education, healthcare for all, a just immigration system, respect for the inherent sovereign rights of tribal nations, climate

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Amy Pak Facing Race: A National Conference

Details: Amy is a Korean American immigrant, transracial adoptee, and a mother of two elementary-aged API boys. Pak has two decades of experience in community organizing, trauma informed healing and anti-racist education and leadership with families of color and youth in Seattle. Pak consults with and trains early educators, parents, and public and independent schools on racial equity

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2020 Program: Narrative, Arts, and Culture Facing Race

Details: The session will include political education about histories of journalism and resistance in the South. We will draw on the work and wisdom of southern media organizations and movement organizers to collectively build strategies for supporting, sustaining, and expanding the liberatory practice of journalism.

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Heather Hackman Facing Race: A National Conference

Details: After Heather Hackman received her doctorate in Social Justice Education from the University of Massachusetts, she served as a tenured professor in the Department of Human Relations and Multicultural Education at St. Cloud State University and taught courses on a wide range of social justice issues. In 2005 she founded Hackman Consulting Group and began to regularly consult on

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Judith Browne Dianis Facing Race: A National Conference

Details: The "education reform" movement has exploded--backed by investors and philanthropists seeking to privatize education by capitalizing on our flawed accountability system and its overreliance on high-stakes testing and evaluations. The result is an explosion of school closures, takeovers, and a surplus of unaccountable charter schools.

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Christine Tang Facing Race: A National Conference

Details: Christine Tang is bi-racial Nigerian Romanian immigrant and a mother of two multiracial young boys. Christine is the Director of Programs for Families Of Color Seattle (FOCS). As a Parent Educator and Board Director, she developed curricula to educate parents of color on dismantling racism, Black mother affinity groups, and mixed-race families.

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Kwajelyn Jackson Facing Race: A National Conference

Details: Kwajelyn Jackson currently serves as Community Education & Advocacy Director at Feminist Women’s Health Center (FWHC) in Atlanta, GA, where she manages volunteer engagement, leadership development, education programs, community outreach, and legislative advocacy to improve reproductive health, rights and justice in Georgia. She began with FWHC in 2013, and has since …

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Jitu Brown Facing Race: A National Conference

Details: The "education reform" movement has exploded--backed by investors and philanthropists seeking to privatize education by capitalizing on our flawed accountability system and its overreliance on high-stakes testing and evaluations. The result is an explosion of school closures, takeovers, and a surplus of unaccountable charter schools.

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Robin Carter-Cooper Facing Race: A National Conference

Details: Robin Carter-Cooper is the Instructional Equity and CTE Program Specialist for Rochester Community Schools. She is a facilitator and trainer on various social justice topics as well as the lead support in her district for diversity, equity and inclusion. Robin has a special interest in topics including institutionalized racism, cultural competence, culturally responsive teaching and stereotype

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