Be sure to attend this year’s Pillars of Justice Awards reception featuring our own David Sternberg and Hebh Jamal! Proceeds benefit Appleseed and New York Appleseed. Click here for more information.
In collaboration with The Century Foundation and St. Ann & The Holy Trinity Church in Brooklyn, we are proud to present a performance of Laundry City on Tuesday May 30th at 6:30pm. The students from Epic Next will “keep it
Check out our American Educational Research Association (AERA) session led by School Diversity Project Director Matt Gonzales, and featuring Epic Theatre Ensemble‘s Laundry City Company as well as our partners from IntegrateNYC4me. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPIgUC9sSZk
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The IntegrateNYC4Me Youth Diversity Council has spent the past few months developing action projects and policy proposals to be presented at their May 20 Symposium. The symposium will highlight the projects of the 5 committees. Race and Enrollment, Resource Allocation,
New York Appleseed provides support and facilitation to the Alliance for School Integration and Desegregation (ASID). At recent meetings, ASID members met representatives from the Center for Public Research and Leadership (CPRL) to offer feedback on their recommended Policy Statement
New York Appleseed is proud to stand with the NYC Coalition for Educational Justice in their campaign for Culturally Responsive Education. Big thanks to Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and Daniel Dromm for championing this initiative in the city council. Racially and
New York Appleseed partner Epic Theatre Ensemble‘s Epic NEXT delivered another powerful performance of Laundry City at the Harlem School Summit this weekend. They set the stage for a day or workshops, planning, and parent empowerment – all focused on
Representatives from New York Appleseed and IntegrateNYC4me joined researchers, advocates, and educational leaders from across the country at the Harvard Graduate School of Education School Diversity Strategic Planning Conference to discuss the movement. Former U.S. Secretary of Education John King
Help us take Laundry City to San Antonio!