Join Chicago Lawyers’ Committee in celebrating fifty years of partnership with communities and the private bar to advance racial equity and economic opportunity for all.
Join our Young Leader’s Network to kick off Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights’ 50th Anniversary with food and a panel discussion about 50 years of education equity advocacy in Chicago.
What is the latest thinking from researchers and experts on implicit bias in schools? What are the most innovative strategies nationally and locally seeking to counter the effects of implicit bias in our education system?
In America to Me, Academy Award-nominated filmmaker, Steve James (Hoop Dreams, Life Itself) examines racial issues in contemporary American education through an unscripted documentary series. James spent a year at Chicagoland's Oak Park and River Forest High School (OPRF), allowing its students, families, faculty, and staff to tell the stories in their own words.
Join us to Bring Justice Home to all neighborhoods in Chicago! This year, we will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Fair Housing Act and honor the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the Chicago Freedom Movement. Together, we will honor the past and reinvest in equity for all Chicago neighborhoods.
Join Chicago United for Equity (CUE) to learn what CUE’s inaugural Fellows developed in their work in the last six months, learn about their goals in the 2019 Fellowship, and connect with a broader community of Chicagoans who support the movement for racial justice.
Two recent CPS school actions are being framed as integration. However, the community engagement and community response have been starkly different –this conversation begins to unpack that difference using an equity lens.
Join Staff Attorney Candace Moore of the Education Equity Project for an evening of conversation focused on coalitioning around school closures on the west and south sides of Chicago.
Free RSVP refreshments will be served. Register today!
In September 2016, Senate Bill 100 (SB 100) went into effect with the goals of transforming school discipline policies and practices, ending an era of zero tolerance in Illinois, and encouraging schools to find alternatives to suspension and expulsion. More than a year into implementation across our state, we ask ourselves: What has happened in Illinois schools since SB100 passed? What changes have schools made to implement the new law? How do we measure progress? What do we need to better support schools and communities in this transformation process?
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