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  • 12.11.17~Enrolled at a Hilltop school? Your invited: How Students of Color Navigate Independent Schools

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    Join Hilltop Schools for a panel discussion, How Students of Color Navigate Independent School Culture Monday, December 11, 6:30 pm,  Horace Mann School – Recital Hall Horace Mann’s Diversity Council, the Office for Identity, Culture, and Institutional Equity (ICIE) along with the Black Parents Union (BPU) present a RIISE panel discussion to explore the social norms […]

  • 1.23.18~The Guide for White Women Who Teach Black Boys—NYC Book Discussion Signing

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    The Guide for White Women Who Teach Black Boys. We are thrilled to welcome the book’s co-editors: author, activist, and speaker Eddie Moore, Jr.; author, educator & researcher, Ali Michael, and book contributors like parent & diversity practitioner, Orinthia Swindell.~ The Guide for White Women Who Teach Black Boys hopes to teach three main principles: How to develop learning […]

  • The Point of It All

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    The point is they’ve developed in ways beyond my wildest expectations. Seriously, they blow my mind! Although I credit my family’s love and guidance, an independent school education has had a significant impact on my children’s progress. Since lower school, my 11th-grade daughter and my 8th-grade son have continued to remind us the reason for it all. Before […]