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Communities of color are too often denied access to quality public education that is accountable to their communities, and as a result attend schools that are underfunded, under-resourced, and often subject to closure or corporate takeover. Advancement Project and our partners are leading the way in supporting the strengthening of public schools and opposing corporate takeover of public education. Our Quality Education for All campaign works with partners, allies and policymakers to secure equitable, high-quality public schools for all children.
Florida’s Policymakers Move to Arm Teachers Places Students of Color at Risk

This bill may as well equate to signing a school-to-prison pipeline warrant for Florida's students of color.

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For the Love of the Sheroes in My Life: A Short Poem on Power

By Drew Ambrogi

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Racial Justice Groups Call for Florida Governor to Veto Bill Increasing Funding for Police in Schools

Florida Community Organizations and National Advocates Urge Florida Governor to Reject Bill on Guns and School Security

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The Take Back #002 – #StillDreaming Edition

By Drew Ambrogi

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Free Your Mind, Man! Free Your Mind!

By Drew Ambrogi

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In the Spirit of Black History Month

By Drew Ambrogi

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Dreaming while Black is a Revolutionary Act

By Drew Ambrogi

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The Take Back #001

By Drew Ambrogi

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For Us By Us: Racial Justice Champions Fund the Movement

By Drew Ambrogi

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Colin Kaepernick Puts Money Where His Mouth Is

Advancement Project is one of last organizations to receive portion of $1 million donation from former football player, social justice advocate

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Miami-Dade County Public Schools: The Hidden Truth
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MS Parents Urge Federal Intervention in County Schools due to Persistent Racial Discrimination

The district continues to suspend, expel, and arrest Black students and students with disabilities at disproportionate rates.

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