If you missed the Higher Education Organizing Meeting for the Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action 2020 please review the recording here. Higher Education Organizing Meeting 1/5/2020 You can endorse the week of action by adding your name to our sign-on statement here. Higher Education Statement of Support for 2020 Black Lives Matter … Continue reading Higher Education Organizing Meeting BLM@School Week of Action 2020
The student-designed logo contest winner was designed by Fabiha Ahmed, a high school student at Bard High School in Queens. She writes: "This attributes to my school Bard High School Early College Queens and Dr. Kadison and Ms. Mary Jo Lombardo for supporting me and encouraging me to compete in this contest. I would also … Continue reading The 2020 Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action T-Shirt is Here!
Order your shirt today! The t-shirts are back for Black Lives Matter at School 2020! Congratulations to Fabiha Ahmed was our student-designed logo contest winner! Fabiha is a high school student at Bard High School in Queens, NYC. She writes: "Thanks to my school Bard High School Early College Queens and Dr. Kadison and Ms. … Continue reading New 2020 Black Lives Matter at School T-Shirts! Order Today!
We hope you will consider organizing a Black Lives Matter in School Week of Action from February 3-7, 2020. Please watch our webinar and learn more about how various cities organized their 2019 week of action. Once the 2020 curriculum is finalized by our national curriculum committee we will post it here. Join the 2020 … Continue reading Participate in the 2020 Black Lives Matter in School Week of Action Webinar Recording
UPDATE!!!!You can now vote for our 2020 student-produced t-shirt design! The National Steering Committee selected three submissions and now we need you to vote by Saturday December 14th! We are back for 2020. Many have been asking about the old shirt design. If you don't know already, we are collecting student designs for a new … Continue reading 2020 Week of Action T-Shirt Update
It's time to develop a new logo for the 2020 Black Lives Matter at School week of action. The Black Lives Matter at School coalition is calling on youth to submit logo designs that could be used on promotional materials, t-shirts, and beyond. Educators, please help get this call for submissions out to the youth … Continue reading Call For Youth Designs for the New #BlackLivesMatterAtSchool Logo!
Mark your calendar! The Black Lives Matter at School national week of action will be held from February 3-7th, 2020--and educators from coast to coast are organizing to make this the biggest coordinated uprising for racial justice in the schools yet. Black Lives Matter At School is a national coalition educators, parents and students organizing … Continue reading Save The Date: Black Lives Matter at School Week, Feb. 3-7, 2020.
The Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy of separating migrant children from their families at the boarder is cruel and inhuman. The U.S. government has admitted to separating 2,700 children from their families and a recent Health and Human Services report indicates that there could even be thousands more. This gross injustice has prompted the national … Continue reading Solidarity With Migrant Families: Join the February 17th teach-in at the border against Child Detention!
The Black Lives Matter at School Coalition stands in solidarity with all Denver educators and school support personnel who go on strike today, Monday, February 11th. Teachers across the country have continued to demonstrate that they cannot be expected to serve children and their families well when they do not earn enough money to take … Continue reading BLM@Schools in Solidarity with Denver Educators on Strike!
Dear Black Lives Matter at School Family, On behalf of the Black Lives Matter at School Coalition we are writing to thank everyone for a powerful week of action from coast to coast. Because of the bravery and tenacity of many thousands of educators, students, parents, activists, and organizers, BLM@School week was bigger and more … Continue reading Thank You To Everyone Who Made BLM@School A National Success!