Racial Equity Resources

Racial equity for students in Marin will be achieved when race and ethnicity no longer predict the outcome of a young person’s educational future. Together, as a Partnership, we are committed to identify and dismantle racial inequities, and to provide equity-based supports, so that our most vulnerable children can achieve their full potential. (Click HERE to read and share the Partnership’s Racial Equity Statement).
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Racial Equity Statement

Marin Promise Partners believe that a shared racial equity statement will amplify our collective impact. Join us in posting this statement and promoting racial equity in Marin.

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Centering Equity in the June 7th County Superintendent of Schools Election

Our county’s persistent educational equity gap is unacceptable. Marin Promise Partners invite the next Superintendent of Schools to join us in refusing to settle for a world in which a child’s educational potential is dictated by race, ethnicity, zip code or financial circumstance. Let’s unite to put educational equity at the center of the election.

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Antiracist Education Learning Brief

Marin Promise Partnership is one of 7 communities across the country that have been involved in the Strive Together Systems Transformation Systems Indicator project. Out of this work, Marin Promise Partnership created a Learning Brief on Antiracist Education that focuses on several of the Systems Indicators, especially the Culturally Responsive Curriculum indicator.

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Organizational Self-Assessment Related to Racial Equity

Introduction to the Racial Equity Self-Assessment When was it started? In October 2017, the Partnership’s Executive Committee determined that its approach to racial equity would begin with a baseline racial equity assessment of our partner organizations to drive discussion and take collective action. The Tool for Organizational Self-Assessment Related to Racial Equity, originally

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#MarinAgainstHate

Please read this collective statement against voter intimidation singed in solidarity by dozens of towns and community agencies led by the Marin County Board of Supervisors Racial Equity Sub-Committee.

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