Black-led organizing—which centers the leadership and experiences of Black people—is core to building a strong, multi-racial democracy.
Recovering and rebuilding from COVID-19 does not and should not mean returning to a pre-pandemic “normal.”
We believe the social contract should be inclusive and race-centered, support a just economy that works for the people most directly affected by racial injustice, and redefine the relationship between systems and the people they serve.
6th-12th graders to become socially- responsible leaders in the public, political, and private sector
on social issues disproportionately affecting Black Americans, and highlights the many, often over-looked positive examples
for the elimination of structural barriers impacting the Black American community
Tools and resources that have helped Meyer in our continuous journey to create and embody an inclusive, antiracist climate and culture.Read More
Tools and resources to help understand systems, analyze their impact, and design systemic solutions.Read More
Tools for reevaluating evaluation and measurement for movement building and systems change work through an equity lens.Read More