Join today a NC Dream Team member, along with Frank Stasio from the State of Things, and other activists and educators from the Triangle Area. Here is more info:

A Call to Action:
Demanding an Equitable Education for our Children

* This is a follow-up to the January MLK Day-On event

Special drumming presentation by The Magic of African Rhythm
Panel moderated by WUNC radio host, Frank Stasio
WHAT: Learn how racism creates student achievement gaps, broken school communities and the school-to-prison pipeline. Join courageous parents, teachers, principals and area citizens who are creating solutions to these problems so all students receive a quality public education. Panelists include: Ms. Rukiya Dillahunt, former WCPSS vice principal and parent advocate; Duke scholar-activist, Mark Anthony Neal; Anti-racist advocate, Mr. Scott Secor; and Chris Scott, Study Circle participant and Fuller Elementary School Principal
WHEN: Thursday, May 26, 2011 6:00-8:00pm
WHERE: Martin Street Baptist Church , 1001 East Martin Street , Raleigh , NC 27601
FREE CHILDCARE AND ENGLISH TO SPANISH TRANSLATION?: Yes! Please let us know the number and ages of the children
RSVP OR QUESTIONS: Julia Dawson ,  or 919.828.3205