SEED engages teachers, college faculty, parents, community leaders, and other professionals to create gender fair, multiculturally equitable, socio-economically aware, and globally informed education, communities, and workplaces.

SEED seminars assist participants in valuing their own voices so they can better value the voices of others

SEED is a life-changing program. It is something that simply can't be taught. You have to experience it and live it. It was much more than diversity work. It was life work, hard work, heart work.

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Join SEED at the People of Color Conference

Going to the National Association of Independent Schools People of Color Conference, December 3 to 5 in Tampa, Florida? Please join SEED Co-director Gail Cruise-Roberson and SEED Staff Member Patricia Matos of Greenwich Country Day School for a session on "Using Art to Tell Stories as a Source of Learning and Healing," and meet SEED leaders and friends for a social gathering.

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A Weekend of Celebrating Peggy McIntosh

This weekend, SEED and its parent organization, the Wellesley Centers for Women, celebrates SEED Founder Peggy McIntosh's lifetime of work on social change.

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Join us at the SEED Reunion

We cordially invite all SEED leaders to join us on October 11th for a reunion of leaders from across the years. Come enjoy catching up with old friends and maybe making some new ones.

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— Cheryl Robinson, Supervisor, Office of Minority Achievement, Arlington Public Schools, Virginia"