The DSC has a Coordinating Committee that oversees the campaign and member organizations that shape our work and participate in committees and local chapters.The DSC hosts ongoing monthly calls for DSC members to participate in planning and decision-making on our collective work and to share updates about what is happening in your local communities.

Become a member of the Dignity in Schools Campaign!





Education Reform, Inc., Duck Hill

Activists with a Purpose Plus, Grenada

Countywide Family Development Center, Laurel

Fannie Lou Hamer Center, Eupora

Legacy Education and Community Empowerment Foundation, Forest

Montgomery Citizens United for Prosperity

MS Youth Technology and Education Corps

Nollie Jenkins Family Center, Lexington

Southern Echo- Jackson, MS

Southern Poverty Law Center- Jackson, MS

Sunflower County Parents and Students, Indianola

Tunica Teens In Action, Tunica County


New Hampshire

and Vermont


1619 Project, Richmond

Advocates for Justice – Henrico Coalition, Sandston

Advocating 4 Kids, Norfolk

Elite Educational Consultants- Chesterfield

I Vote for Me, Henrico

Prom Bring It/Go High Corp, Glen Ellen

Tenants and Workers United, Alexandria

The Virginia Coucil on LGBTQ, Richmond


Deanna Adams – Chicago, IL

Lisette Burton – Washington, DC

Poebe Celestin – Sacramento, CA

Unika Colbert, Las Vegas, Nevada

Denise Dooley – Chicago, IL

Cora Graves – Jonesboro, GA

Dr. Brianna Kennedy-Lewis – Gainsville, FL

Jason Langberg – Raleigh, NC

Monica Llorente – Chicago, IL

Dan Losen – Boston, MA

Nancy Polin – Oakland, CA

Linda Reid – Paterson, NJ

Adam Shoop – Woodside, NY

Kent Smith – Eau Claire, WI

Daniel Symonds – Philadelphia, PA

Mattie Wilson Stoddard, Ridgeland, MS


Advancement Project –

Advocates for Children of New York City –

American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts –

California for a World Beyond War –

Education Law Center –

Angel Diaz, IL

Candace Moore, IL

Julie A. Worley, TN