Who We Are
We are a grassroots movement of educators committed to abolitionist and antiracist principles.
We are determined, through our collective power, to bring systemic change to our schools.
Everything you need to engage in antiracism as an educator including resources by content area, grade level, and topic. Find the best antiracism conferences, workshops, degree and certificate programs. Find a speaker or consultant. Find resources to help your school respond to national incidents. Find what you need here.
This work cannot be done alone; we are stronger together. Get connected with affinity groups and educator civic groups. Find your community here.
E4A is a resource created by educators for educators. All the resources you find here are tried and true, recommended by the people doing the work. We are always accepting contributions to this website. Email us and let us know what is missing. We are interested in websites, articles, research, programs, educators groups, and any good resource that will help us in our learning of antiracism in education.
SAVE THE DATE
We are pleased to announce that we are joining forces with the Abolitionist Teaching Network to offer Discussion Teas in response to the upcoming ATN webinar celebrating BIPOC motherhood.
TIME: 3:00-4:00 EST
Visit our Youtube Channel to access our webinars, conference sessions, and our new series. We have begun two new series: "Antiracist Library", a collection of interviews with authors who have written books that will help educators write antiracist curriculum, and our newest series "Antiracist Programs", a collection of interviews with people conducting programs that advance the values of antiracism in education.
Abolitionist Teaching Network