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Cultural Chronicles - Significance of Mexican American Studies - Webinar Group
  • Public Group
  • This group is open to anyone who joins. We are inviting all the participants of our Cultural Chronicles Webinar, and also encourage each one to invite others to join.
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IDRA-SPLC Learning for Justice '23 Family Leadership Cohort
  • Private Group
  • Join us as we support families, caregivers and community advocates as they learn how to advocate for policy and practice changes in the Muscogee County School District. 
SEEN Culturally Sustaining Schools Collaborative
  • Private Group
  • This group is dedicated to building culturally-sustaining schools across the South. Connect to find  information, share resources, and get support from advocates across the region. We support each other to defend against attacks on culturally-sustaining schools and to promote a positive vision for what culturally-sustaining schools can be across the South.
Fort Bend LULAC Education CAFÉ
  • Public Group
  • LULAC
  • The Fort Bend LULAC Council 22426, started in 2021, is based in Rosenberg, Texas, and is sponsoring an Education CAFE focusing on the Lamar Consolidated ISD.
ALAS/WINGS – Arkansas United Education CAFE
  • Public Group
  • Alas/Wings es un programa de educación y salud mental para las familias inmigrantes. Alas/Wings is an education and mental health program for immigrant families.
School Resource Hub
  • Public Group
  • racial justice, #TeachtheTruth, classroom censorship, Georgia education, #HB 1084, lesson plans, culturally sustaining practices, instruction, CRT, curriculum whitewashing, critical race theory
  • IDRA is creating a hub of resources for educators, families and policy advocates to support those who want to promote culturally-sustaining schools and fight harmful classroom censorship policies. While the site is in development, we are sharing resources here.
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Georgia Coalition for Education Justice
  • Private Group
  • racial justice, #TeachtheTruth, classroom censorship, instruction, CRT, curriculum whitewashing, anti-CRT, critical race theory
  • The Georgia Coalition for Education Justice is a collective of students, educators, parents and advocates dedicated to advancing education justice for all children across the state. We intentionally work to bring together diverse organizations and individuals that are directly impacted by education inequity and our work to coordinate advocacy at the state and local levels around education equity centers seeks to center students, families and educators in education policy. (This group was formerly named: Georgia Coalition Against Classroom Censorship).
Georgia Educators for Equity and Justice
  • Private Group
  • school resource officers, codes of conduct, dress codes, CROWN Act, corporal punishment, Culturally Sustaining Schools, teachers, educators, School to deportation Pipeline, College Access, Georgia, school discipline, school-to-prison pipeline, police in schools, policing in schools
  • GAEEJ is committed to achieving educational equity for all students throughout Georgia to bridge the achievement gap and end/dismantle the school-to-prison pipeline.
Ban Book Bans
  • Public Group
  • school diversity, classroom censorship, Book bans, banning books, #FReadom, #txlege, #IntelluctualFreedom, #librarians, censorship, LGBTQ, racism, CRT, diversity & inclusion, curriculum whitewashing, DEI, anti-CRT, culturally sustaining practices, critical race theory, culturally responsive practices, racial justice, instruction, #TeachtheTruth
  • Advocates of all ages are fighting against book bans and threats to ensure students have access to diverse and inclusive books.
Georgia Youth Justice Coalition
  • Private Group
  • Ethnic Studies, culturally responsive practices, Cultural Studies, instruction, Civil Rights, school diversity, Social Justice, Native American Studies, American Indian Studies, Latinx Studies, student power, student voice, student advisory board, student leadership, Georgia, student engagement, African American Studies, Culturally Sustaining Schools, AAS, diversity & inclusion, Mexican American Studies, DEI, MAS, culturally sustaining practices
  • Georgia Youth Justice Coalition is a collection of young organizers ages 14 through 23 across our state committed to justice, representation, and a Georgia for us all.

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