Projects in this category show students, parents, and educators how to promote
inclusion and help them to:
- Understand their areas of bias, power, and privilege.
- How to identify situations that perpetuate white supremacy, racism,
heteronormativity, ablism, sexism, and other ‘isms’.
- Understanding the concept of allyship and how to demonstrate this in
- Coaching schools and creating systems and skills which amplify the voices
and perspectives of students, staff and parents from marginalized
- Have a clear understanding of how their choices and lives are inter-
dependent with marginalized communities and humanity.
- Have an anti-oppressive lens that helps them delve into the differences
between charitable and social justice approaches to poverty reduction.