We know how this ends. It’s time to share the pen and rewrite the story.

  • How might we change our behavior and create the space for those who suffer the most to co-create reopening and restart plans that heal our schools and communities?
  • How might we make visible the existing capacities of Black and brown families and their children to co-create plans for reopenings so they are biased to the needs of those who suffer the most?
  • How might the reopening and restart processes be designed to enable the historically powerful and powerless to work together, flattening the traditional hierarchies of race and class?

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