Black Lives Matter at School

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Seeking Shoreline parents and families to to help advocate, organize, and shape Black Lives Matter at School National Week of Action next February (and moving forward). Anyone can help, though the voices of people of color will be centered.

The #BlackLivesMatterAtSchool movement erupted in Seattle on October 19, 2017 when thousands of educators, families, and students banded together to demand a world where our schools support our Black families and educators.

This action attracted national news, and the movement spread to cities such as New York, Chicago, Boston, DC, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Seattle, L.A., Detroit, the Bay area, and beyond. This national mobilization was a completely grassroots effort organized by educators and their social justice caucuses.

Please email blacklivesmattershoreline@gmail.com for more info or to get involved.



2 comments:

Doug June 5, 2019 at 7:52 AM  

If they really wanted to support black families, they would pass school choice/vouchers.

Giana Davidson,  June 5, 2019 at 9:49 AM  

Thank you to those leading this critical work and bringing #BlackLivesMatterAtSchool to our Shoreline Schools!

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