Join us in honoring Black History Month

Black History Month is an opportunity to emphasize and celebrate the history, achievements, and culture of Black people. At Equal Opportunity Schools, day in and day out we continue our advocacy for Black, Latino and low-income students, ensuring equitable access to education. Join us in honoring Black History Month by leaving a tribute to an inspirational Black educator who’s impacted you.@EqualOppSchools.

Black History Month is the annual celebration of the achievements of Black Americans

We at Equal Opportunity Schools applaud their work and recognize their critical role in the history of the United States. We’re proud to join with those who work to close education gaps for Black, Latino and low-income students.

Join us this month as we continue to celebrate and feature the history, achievements, and culture of Black people every week. We encourage you to join the conversation on our social media channels @EqualOppSchools.

Equal Opportunity Schools Launches ‘Give with Bing’ Internet Search Fundraiser

As part of Black History Month, Equal Opportunity Schools has been selected as a featured nonprofit on the “Give with Bing” page. “Give with Bing” is a new way to support the causes you care about, simply by searching the Internet using Bing’s search engine to earn points that donates as dollars.

To start, click this link, join Microsoft Rewards with your Gmail, Yahoo or Microsoft email, select Equal Opportunity Schools and search with Bing. It’s that simple!

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Statement on Jan. 6 Insurrection at the U.S. Capitol

A new year brings with it new hopes, new dreams, and a new vision for the future. The first week of 2021, however, brought the unfolding of events few of us could have imagined. The violence and destruction of property at the U.S. Capitol showed a flagrant and appalling disregard for our government’s institutions and the peaceful transition of power—a hallmark of this great nation.

Even more disparaging was law enforcement’s grossly uneven response to an angry mob who stormed the Capitol versus Black Lives Matter supporters who peacefully protested this past summer. This brazen display of privilege was both a heartbreaking and sickening sight.

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