"In a racist society, it is not enough to be non-racist, we must be antiracist."

~Angela Davis


  • To build a collective of educators dedicated to: practicing antiracist pedagogy, studying critical race theory, engaging in reflective practice, and recognizing the history of systemic racism as it relates to education.

  • To be a unified voice for constructive dialogue with administrators, Employees of Color Alliance, the Lexington community, and students.

  • To create a space and community for educators to have conversations about best practice, action, and how to amplify and support racial justice work.

  • To create a space where educators can learn what they want to learn, progress at their own pace, and be supported in problem-solving.

  • To educate white colleagues about systemic racism, in order to lessen the burden on BIPOC leaders to do this teaching.