Toolkit on Organizing to Combat the School-to-Prison Pipeline

Death by a Thousand Cuts: Racism, School Closures, and Public School Sabatoge

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In an effort to document the harm inflicted upon communities of color by corporate education interventions, the Journey for Justice Alliance conducted Grassroots Voice Listening Projects in the following cities: Boston, Caguas (Puerto Rico), Chicago, Detroit, Jersey City (NJ), New Orleans, New York, Newark (NJ), Paterson (NJ), Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, St. Paul, and Washington DC. This research-based resource contains specific action steps for change and models of sustainable school success.

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