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Enacting What We Believe

The SEED Project (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity)SM partners with communities, organizations, and schools to train leaders who facilitate their peers in conversational communities to drive personal, organizational, and societal change toward social justice.

As a project, we challenge ourselves to make SEED more just as an organization and community. Each year we make changes to our pedagogy and content  that will be more impactful for the educators/facilitators we work with. We also examine the structure of our organization itself and constantly question whether SEED reflects the justice we want to see in the world.

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Update on SEED 35 - New Leaders Weeks for 2021

In the summer of 2021, SEED will be offering New Leaders Weeks both virtually and in- person (when it is COVID SAFE) geared towards preparing participants to lead SEED seminars in their own schools, workplaces, and communities. As much if not more than ever, we recognize the need to be flexible in working toward social justice through the personal, relational, and systems-level work that SEED helps to nurture.

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SEED Announces Online New Leaders Weeks for 2020

SEED will be offering three virtual New Leaders Weeks this summer geared towards preparing participants to lead SEED seminars in their own schools, workplaces, and communities. As much if not more than ever, we recognize the need to be flexible in working toward social justice through the personal, relational, and systems-level work that SEED helps to nurture.

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