2017 Reimagine Education Forum Recap

SEF continues to fight for equitable educational opportunities for low-income students and students of color. The Center for Civil and Human Rights served as the perfect backdrop for Melissa Harris-PerryMaya Angelou Presidential Chair at Wake Forest University, Darren Walker the President at the Ford Foundation, Charles Payne, Henry Rutgers Professor of African and African American Studies Director and Joseph C. Cornwall Center for Metropolitan Studies at Rutgers University, and Nikole Hannah-Jones, Staff Writer at the New York Times to challenge and encourage attendees to strive for change. In addition to the keynote addresses, forum attendees engaged in thoughtful dialogue, Jeffersonian dinners, and strategy sessions situated around reimagining education as social justice.


Forum in Action

Experience the Reimagine Education forum through pictures in this photo gallery.

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