Features

  • Sharing cultural differences in safe spaces

    "I thought there should be a different class that talks about black people. Especially about sexual assault because I feel black women are less likely to report that."
  • Learn Your History and Impact the World

    Noah Anderson defines his own excellence as his “Blackness.” - “Being from a lineage or a people or creed that went through so much and is still coming back up is amazing,” says Noah.
  • Changing Lives - One Student at a Time

    John Milton greets La Follette High School’s Black Student Union members with a commanding presence. These teens know the BSU drill—some nosh, others discuss agenda issues, some do both.
  • The Power of Leadership

    Dija Manly understands the power of leadership and the effects of action.
  • Black History Makers Among Us

    Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes, State Representative Sheila Stubbs and others share their trailblazing stories with Memorial High School students.
  • Leading by Example

    La Follette student, Savanna Lee shares her perspective and experiences as an MMSD Student.
  • Bringing Students Ideas That Flourish

    Mr. Amara is a dedicated educator with enough positive energy to fill an arena.
  • Honoring the worth, dignity and wisdom in Black students.

    When Cynthia Moore walks into a room to speak, it’s often to a group of white educators.

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