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Advancing Creative Solutions to Assure Fairness and Excellence in Education
 

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.
Nelson Mandela

Publications

Beyond Racism: Color Collage (1/1/2000)
Category: Diversity
Beyond Racism: Embracing an Interdependent Future (1/1/2000)
Category: Diversity
Beyond Racism: In Their Own Voices (1/1/2000)
Category: Diversity
Beyond Racism: Overview Report (1/1/2000)
Category: Diversity
Beyond Racism: Three Nations at the Crossroads Section 1 (pgs 1-32) (1/1/2000)
Category: Diversity
Beyond Racism: Three Nations at the Crossroads Section 2 (pgs 33-41) (1/1/2000)
Category: Diversity
Beyond Racism: Three Nations at the Crossroads Section 3 (pgs 42-59) (1/1/2000)
Category: Diversity
Beyond Racism: Three Nations at the Crossroads Section 4 (pgs 60-73) (1/1/2000)
Category: Diversity
Beyond Racism: Three Nations at the Crossroads Section 5 (pgs 74-99) (1/1/2000)
Category: Diversity
Beyond Racism: Three Nations at the Crossroads Section 6 (pgs 100-116) (1/1/2000)
Category: Diversity
Elridge McMillan: The SEF Years A Permanent Imprint on an Evolving Institution (1/1/2001)
Category: Commemorative
Igniting Potential - Executive Summary (9/2/2005)
Category: P-16 Education
Igniting Potential: Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (9/2/2005)
Category: P-16 Education
Imagine a World Beyond Racism: workbook on race and racism (1/1/2006)
Category: Diversity
Miles To Go (1/1/1998)
Category: Desegregation
Miles To Go: Arkansas (9/17/2002)
Category: P-16 Education
Miles To Go: Arkansas Update (11/12/2003)
Category: P-16 Education
Miles To Go: Maryland (1/1/1999)
Category: P-16 Education
Miles To Go: South Carolina (3/15/2002)
Category: P-16 Education
On the Right Side of History: Elridge McMillan (5/17/2004)
Category: Commemorative
On the Right Side of History: Jack Greenberg (5/17/2004)
Category: Commemorative
On the Right Side of History: John Egerton (5/17/2004)
Category: Commemorative
On the Right Side of History: Judge Constance Baker Motley (5/17/2004)
Category: Commemorative
On the Right Side of History: Judge Nathaniel Jones (5/17/2004)
Category: Commemorative
On the Right Side of History: Judge Robert L. Carter (5/17/2004)
Category: Commemorative
On the Right Side of History: Lynn Huntley (5/17/2004)
Category: Commemorative
On the Right Side of History: Ira Glasser (5/17/2004)
Category: Commemorative
Patterns of Excellence, Policy Perspectives on Diversity in Teaching and School Leadership (1/1/2001)
Category: Teaching
Patterns of Excellence, Promoting Quality in Teaching Through Diversity (1/1/2001)
Category: Teaching
Redeeming the American Promise (1/1/1995)
Category: Desegregation
Unintended Consequences (1/1/2003)
Category: Teaching
Why the Black Church? The Case for Partnership Between Black Churches and Organized Philanthropy (10/1/2005)
Category: Diversity


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