September 21, 2020
There are many ways you can take action to increase educational equity. Participating in an election is a big one and this November you will have the opportunity to make a difference on both ballot measures and candidates.
As noted in the Partnership’s Antiracist Framework – “Transformative change leading to racial equity requires empowering all three ways of addressing racism – Individual, Institutional, and Systemic”
Individually – Educate yourself about Propositions (15 & 16) and School Board candidates.
Systemically – Create systemic change through equity-based public policy. Affirmative action (Proposition 16) and funding for education (Proposition 15) are both on the ballot.
Here are three ways you can start, THIS WEEK, to take action:
It will take a commitment from each of us to ensure California schools and colleges are truly more equitable for the generations of students to come. We hope you join us in this effort by attending at least one of the events above.
The Backbone Team
P.S. Remember to register for the Cradle to Career Partnership Summit, taking place THIS Friday, Sept. 25 9 – 10:15AM
P.P.S. As a non-partisan organization, Marin Promise Partnership neither supports nor opposes any political party or candidate for public office.