Archive for the Social Justice Category

The education gap you haven’t heard about

The education gap you haven't heard about

Can you remember an instance in your own education when a teacher or school administrator treated you unfairly or didn’t believe something you said? Do you remember how it made you feel? How it impacted your ability to learn from that educator? Almost everyone who was a

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Real Talk: A Year Of Loss, Fear, And Hope In A Chicago School

As 2016 moves farther into the rear view mirror, many of us are left with mixed emotions. Some relief to see a year so full of turmoil come to an end, some hope to start anew with a flip of the calendar, and some fear and grief

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Recommended Resource: Perspectives for a Diverse America

Recommended Resource: Perspectives for a Diverse America

This year we are making a bigger, more dedicated effort to find, share and develop resources to help active partnerships excel and to give those exploring and forming partnerships a rich toolbox with which to build the foundation of their partnerships. This week we’re recommending the newly

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Calling All Churches: A Local School Needs You!

Calling All Churches: A Local School Needs You!

All Our Children is planning six regional forums in 2016 to lay the foundation for our 2017 national symposium. “Public education is a divine right, a human right, and for the common good.” Presiding Bishop-elect, Michael Curry AOC is excited to announce our 2016 regional forums! Each

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A Trifecta of Need – Part 1: Housing Segregation

A Trifecta of Need - Part 1: Housing Segregation

This is the first of a three post series inspired by a speech by Mike Sabin, principal of the McCormack Middle School in Boston by AOC Director, Lallie Lloyd. Not long ago I attended a fundraiser for the the Trinity Boston Foundation (a subsidiary of Trinity Church

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Wisdom Wednesday: Ways to Support Low-Income Schools

Just a quick post today to share a great video we found through the National Civil Rights Museum. It’s great to share with your congregation, volunteers, and school leaders.

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