Black History is American History every month of the year
Removing barriers to learning so every student succeeds
Learning about genocide, human trafficking and enslavement is essential to making progress as a nation
Anti-Defamation League teaches school communities to examine and resist bias
A Q+A With Jo Langford, M.A.
Thoughts on citizenship by author and CEO Eric Liu
This dynamic duo cofounded a mentorship org to promote diversity in the arts for teens of color
Meet Robin Hall
This important local nonprofit builds connection and community for families of color
This teen author explores the experiences of students of color in Seattle schools
Learn about 10 local family-friendly climate action organizations that need your help
Why are we counting on today’s youth to simultaneously protect the environment, reshape public policy and achieve world peace?
Why you should take the kids to learn about black leaders
Meet Alillia Bowden
And why it's important
Getting kids involved in advocacy
This Bellevue student believes big change starts with small actions
Bold characters, historical figures and inspiring personalities
New Gates Foundation exhibit amplifies the work of activist youth
How the Seattle Public Schools are focusing on community outreach and connection
This spoken-word artist will blow your mind
Bothell youth Deepthi Chandra has a website for that
Conversation building blocks to talk with kids about race
These conversations are essential to raising kind, empathetic kids
Kyler Parris took on a leadership role in the March for Our Lives
How do you cultivate compassion in children in a culture that centers vitriol and division?
Isolde Fair joins the Seattle Women’s Chorus for two October performances
What does tolerance look like in an increasingly violent world?