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The LiberatED Educator Fellowship is designed for educators to explore, practice, and support each other at the intersection of racial & social justice, social and emotional learning, and healing in a community of care.

The LiberatED Fellowship is guided by our collective vision to center healing, justice, and radical love in education and social and emotional learning (SEL) so that all children live, learn, and thrive in the comfort of their own skin. During the Fellowship, LiberatED Fellows become members of a community of practice and care that convenes to learn and reflect on leadership, identity, belonging, equity, and liberation.

The Fellowship will: 

Connect Fellows to a community of like-minded educators;

Support the development of Fellows’ skills to engage in liberatory pedagogy;

Provide the space for Fellows to focus on and commit to self- and collective care and healing, and

Build leadership skills to advocate for and implement SEL, justice, and healing in their communities.

Alumni remain members of the larger LiberatED community.


Want to Become a Fellow?

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