Welcome to the Dignity in Schools Campaign.

One of the nation’s largest coalitions of education advocates, parents, and activists.

Recent Blog Posts

Gaza and the Growing Attack on Social Justice Teaching

Originally Published via rethinking schools Twenty-two million public school students, almost half of all children going to public schools, now live in states that have enacted restrictions on anti-racist teaching. As a result, a 2023 RAND Corporation survey found that nearly two-thirds of teachers in the United States decided to limit discussions about political and social […]

Carlette Christmas Show: Gina Womack and Cameron Dumas

Gina Womack, Director and Co-founder of Families and Friends of Louisiana’s Incarcerated Children and Cameron Dumas, Youth Organizing Manager for Black Girls Rising  

P4DR Report: Co-Governing Toward Multiracial Democracy

Download the report here All over the country, communities are shifting decision-making power to neighborhood residents, students and teachers, workers and tenants, and introducing real accountability to make sure that governing institutions uphold everyone’s fundamental human rights. Partners for Dignity & Rights and Race Forward are excited to announce the release of our new report, Co-Governing […]




Each October, members of the Dignity in Schools Campaign (DSC), a national coalition of over 100 organizations, host a series of events, teach-ins, rallies, protests and workshops across the country designed to bring attention to the ongoing and devastating impacts of school policing and zero-tolerance discipline policies.

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As a member you can get involved in our work.

• Participate in our annual National Week of Action on School Pushout and Days at the Capitol,

• Join committees to support local grassroots campaigns and federal policy change,

• Attend our Annual Membership Meetings and Convenings to learn from other members and build collective strategies,

• Participate in webinars to build communication skills, learn about human rights and engage in other opportunities for skill-building

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