Support educators and community organizers in crafting intentional literacy and culturally responsive teaching strategies that values diversity and children’s unique strengths, language backgrounds, and cultures.
Collaborates for funding efforts through grant research and writing to support accessing resources for projects that elevate the practice of belonging and community building.
Collaborate with leaders in the community to build and develop and create curriculum that is multimodal, interdisciplinary, intersectional, and abolitionist utilizing developmentally appropriate practice, including facilitating meaningful interactions in learning spaces.
Support educators and community organizers to integrate interdisciplinary and intersectional approaches in leading meaningful dialogues about race.
Provide a platform for educators and community organizers to share stories that extend intentional knowledge to local communities and the public world.
Supporting educators with community outreach processes to expand the production of knowledge from the personal to the collective.
Offering the community of educators, students, youth, and community organizers online poetry workshops and open mics that engage and center conversations of protest, healing, advocacy, and writing as a tool for social change and a future in which antiracist practice is foundational.