We Came To Learn: A Call to Action for Police-Free Schools

Posted by Advancement Project on September 24, 2018

The report examines the advent of policing practices in America’s public schools, and their historical roots in suppressing Black and Latino student movement. It also chronicles how Black and Brown youth have used organizing and advocacy to advance a vision of school safety that is not reliant on policing. Communities of color and youth organizing groups across the country are building powerful campaigns to create real safety in our schools. Please read the report, share widely and discuss with your friends, family and others.


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