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For the fourth year, Skokie Cares is sponsoring free SEED (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) seminars for people who live or work in Skokie or who have children who currently attend a Skokie school.  The program supports equity, diversity, and inclusion.The program, which will be conducted online this year, will begin in November, offering a series of eight monthly, 90-minute sessions designed to drive personal change toward greater equity in our organizations and community. 


Social Justice Resources

The University of Southern California created a diversity toolkit for discussions on Identity, Power, and Privelege. See it here.

Diversity Toolkit: A Guide to Discussing Identity, Power, and Privilege

Click on any of these links to learn more!

Re-Traumatization in Film

VOTING - The Skokie Public Library put together a current list of voting resources

The YWCA Evanston/North Shore has several items in their Equity Resource Library including videos, podcasts, movies, websites, and MORE! 

The Skokie Public Library has a list of books to help with discussions of racism and social justice for all ages.

The Children's Community School in Philadelphia put together his infographic explaining appropriate ages to speak to kids about race.

The National Museum of African American History and Culture put together a great program, Talking about Race - this virtual web portal regarding social justice "to provide tools and guidance to empower your journey and inspire conversation". 

Skokie Cares runs local Seed Training: SkokieCares is partnering with local community organizations to lead SEED (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) seminars. The mission of the National Seed Project is to drive personal, organizational, and community change toward greater equity and diversity.  


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