Join the educational justice movement with other sectors to win the schools, healthcare, housing and environmental protections we need so we can make equitable and anti-racist transformation in our society.
This is a key moment. Billions are being invested to address Covid inequities that have disproportionately harmed our BIPOC communities. We must ensure that these and future resources: replace cops with counselors, house the homeless, provide jobs to our communities for a green economy, and much more.
That’s why we’re hoping you’ll join us to make good trouble at a virtual panel on March 23rd at 7pm EST and in person on May 17th in Washington DC.
On March 23rd, hear from Jitu Brown, National Director of the Journey for Justice Alliance and Diamonte Brown, president of the Baltimore Teachers Union.
On May 17th join a mass mobilization and festival to pressure legislators for a transformational quality of life agenda. Whether you are able to participate virtually or in person, please register your interest here for May 17th.