Advocating for Equity in Separate and Unequal Schools

This coming September 24, 2016 we are organizing an event to bring together family advocates like you from schools across the district. All of our children lose out when we have separate and unequal schools – kids of color more than White and more affluent kids, but we all lose.

At this meeting we will learn from each other about the conditions in our schools, how to be effective advocates for equity and create the schools our children deserve, and we will connect together to be a stronger voice on district wide issues.

Organizations which support families like Coleman Advocates, Our Family Coalition (LGBTQ families) and Legal Services will be there to share information about rights and resources for families. Finally, we’ll be inviting you to join workgroups to get to work creating the meaningfully integrated, equitable schools our kids deserve, where they can play and learn together.

To make the biggest impact, bring a group of families from your school!

Please join us September 24th from 2-4 PM at 251 18th Ave, SF, CA 94117. RSVP here so we have a good count for food, translation and childcare.


Advocating for Equity in Separate and Unequal Schools

SF Families Union Meeting
September 24th 2016

2:00-4:00 PM
251 18th Ave, SF, CA 94117 (in Richmond)
Childcare and snacks provided, please RSVP to reserve your spot.

Click to RSVP


Invite your friends!

Click the image below to download flyers and share with your friends. The more families come, the more power we have to create positive change in SF schools!

Sept 24 SFFU Flyer

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