CT3 is pleased to introduce the inaugural activities for the Community Against Racist Education in Schools (CARES). CARES Month fosters conversations and community for those working to deconstruct racism in schools.

CARES Month activities are all free and open to the public, but registration is required. Please see the schedule of events below and register for any and all that you wish to join.

In addition to live sessions, check out the following content created to learn more about CT3’s anti-racist work and ways to engage as an anti-racist in your community.

Follow CT3 on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter to learn about #stolenhistory #blackeducatorjoy and to hear the most recent #dearwalkie episodes. And join the CARES group on LinkedIn for ongoing conversations to support your efforts on behalf of students.

Register for live sessions here:

CARES Live Sessions

Session TitleDateTime (ET)Description
Black Men SpeakJune 213 PMJoin CT3 Associates Rahman Branch and Ronardo Reeves as they talk with other Black men in education about their experiences as educators and leaders.
The Beautiful Messiness of Anti-racist ParentingJune 232 PMJoin parents Dr. Nataki Gregory and John Maynes in a discussion on using literature to facilitate age-appropriate conversations with children on concepts and experiences like race, racism, diversity, privilege and oppression. See the messiness of anti-racist parenting in action and learn about a few titles to add to your library.
Learn from Leaders: The Story of Me, The Story of We, The Story of Change with Janssen Evelyn, Esq.June 294 PMJoin Max Brooks as he talks with Janssen Evelyn, Esq about his experience as an immigrant child in the American education system. Learn how his experiences shaped his path in education and government.
Coffee & Conversation with School CounselorsJune 302 PMJoin Tim Valenti as he speaks with high school guidance counselors about best practices to increase graduation rates. They will share insight on the critical role they play in supporting scholars to and through graduation.
Learn from Leaders: Dr. Baron DavisJuly 61 PMJoin Dr. Baron Davis, Superintendent of South Carolina’s Richland School District Two, in a conversation about building equity for all students.
Learn from Leaders: Elaine BuxtonJuly 121 PMJoin CT3 Associate Meaghan Loftus and Tulsa school leader Elaine Buxton as they discuss Elaine’s work to create equity in her school and district.
Book Club: Stamped from the BeginningJuly 153 PMJoin CT3 Managing Associate Dr. Eyka Stephens in a conversation grounded in the book “Stamped from the Beginning” by Dr. Ibram Kendi. This will be a time for active participation in discussing the text and its implications. While not required, participants are strongly encouraged to read the text ahead of this discussion.
Coffee & Conversations with the LatinX CommunityJuly 162 PMJoin CT3’s Chief of Staff Andréa Martinez in a conversation around the experiences of LatinX educators.