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Being Black at School

Empowering Parents & Educators to Make the School System a Safe Place for Black Children.

The mission of Being Black at School is to provide resources for both parents and educators, as well as the students themselves, about how they fit into American public education as a system. BBAS seeks to recognize how systemic racism hurts students and perpetuates distrust in learning communities that are meant to be safe for all students. We are representative of the change we seek to make in disrupting systems in education to benefit those hurt most by it: Black students. The framework of Being Black at School uses demographic data, unconscious bias, and cultural competency as a supportive structure to education in order to create equitable and safe spaces.

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