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Nice White Parents in Nashville

This is a cross-posting from our friend, Peter Piazza, at the School Diversity Notebook. You can find the original post here. I’ve had a lot of conversations recently about Nice White Parents. And, understandably so- it’s a remarkably engaging story about something...

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Erika Wilson on Monopolizing Whiteness

This post was written by Peter Piazza over at the School Diversity Notebook. You can find the original post here. What if the equal protection clause wasn’t the primary basis for school integration lawsuits? This week’s guest author – Erika Wilson, a Law Professor at...

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Nothing About Us – Epic Theater Ensemble

Please Join us on Monday, Nov 9th as we cohost an AMAZING virtual event, in partnership with National Coalition on School Diversity, Public School Forum of North Carolina, and Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity, Inc. (METCO).  Nothing About Us is a free...

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Indigenous Peoples Day and Book Club Announcement

Today is Indigenous People’s Day. In acknowledgement of this, we'd like to introduce our next book club selection, An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, adapted by Jean Mendoza and Debbie Reese.  This book is a little different...

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Suburban Segregation: A Tale of Two Rezonings

This was originally posted on The School Diversity Notebook by Peter Piazza at the Center for Education and Civil Rights at Penn State. We are very grateful for our partnership with Peter and for his work in this field!  I’m excited to feature a post from Dian Mawene,...

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