WordPress Frontend Designer/Developer Propose modified layouts and functionality, e.g., home page, right-hand sidebar, Paypal page, donation thank-you page and calendaring (auto-updating of users’ calendars) Propose alternate navigation structure. Currently, site is blog/post rather than topic/page-centered. Update the existing theme to be more mobile-friendly Set up to be modified and maintained through child themes. Use HTML/CSS, […]
Parents gathered for this workshop hosted by the Schools Committee to learn some best practices for planning high school schedules with an eye toward post-graduation studies.
Congratulations to Robert A. Marchman, Executive Vice President at FINRA, who recently received a special award for his outstanding career achievements and contributions as one of America’s premier financial services industry leaders committed to excellence, best practices and innovation, and for being a proponent of diversity and inclusion, thus enabling other diverse group’s access to capital […]
This is a great project for the whole family–get your whole block or you entire neighborhood to light up luminaries! We can’t think of a better outward sign and symbol than light to reflect our commitment as a community to honoring Dr. King’s legacy and to building the beloved community. In honor of Dr. King’s life, […]
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We have often bemoaned the word ‘diversity’ as “an empty signifier,” even though we sometimes resort to it as a shorthand for the greater project of integration and inclusion. This issue was well considered in two recent articles in the New York Times and Salon. Authors Anna Holmes and Ellen Berrey both express the concern […]
October 10, 2015 Dear Friends, We are delighted to be honoring three people who have demonstrated a commitment to the mission and goals of the Community Coalition on Race through their volunteer and professional work. Joan Lee’s practice of inclusion is well known to the many local boards and PTAs she has served since the […]
August 2015 E-Newsletter Executive Director’s Message We went to Rhode Island for a beach vacation this August—the first time we had ever been there. The homeowners we got the house from told me which beaches generally attract mostly white people and which ones are racially mixed. It was probably the first time anyone had ever […]
The Schools Committee hosted a professional development workshop on cultural competency in 2014 that led to administrative training in multicultural education. The Coalition provided two scholarships for further training in multicultural education that inspired Principal of Clinton School Patricia O’Neill to call for more and deeper training for all teachers and administrators in our district.