July is Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) Mental Health Month. We know school communities and policies that prioritize mental health literacy can create safer spaces where all young people can thrive—especially BIPOC students, who face disparities in mental health care. We hope you’ll commit to reducing stigma and advocating for policy change in your school, this month and year-round.
Anti-Racist Work in Schools: Are You in it for the Long Haul?
In the wake of Black Lives Matter protests, educators and schools across the nation are planning anti-racist work. How will you ensure your school isn’t just going through the motions?
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Future Voters Project
Check out the Future Voters Project and join us as we work toward our goal of registering all eligible students by the time they graduate high school!