How to be an Equity Advocate


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Tracy Sangare

ENL/ELL Educator

Dr. Eakins made me think deeper about what I do in my classroom and what we do in our school. Thank you for all of the time and energy you have put into helping teachers and making schools better.

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Janine Larsen

Head of Primary Music

I developed my awareness and gained vocabulary for the challenges and experiences that many students encounter on a daily basis.

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Trelane Clark

Assistant Principal

Dr. Eakins values each educator's experiences and leverages them to create content to push our thinking about what we do, with the expectation that we will go forth and be Equity Advocates.


It’s time to Annihilate Racial Injustice in our Schools. Are you ready to do this work? All students, families, school staff, and members of the school community deserve an equitable school experience. As we have seen more issues of bias and racism in the United States, we must provide more awareness of Anti-racist and Anti-bias practices. For our students to feel safe at school, we need to create a learning atmosphere that allows all students to be themselves while knowing that their teachers are actively working to dismantle racism in their learning communities.

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