We continuously solicit stories from North Allegheny students residing who have had negative experiences in the district related to their identity and/or background. Submit your testimonial or that of someone you know here.
We hold monthly virtual training sessions for students or community members interested in advocacy and social impact work. In addition, we create curated training sessions for different stakeholder groups in the community and around the country to ensure that the student perspective and experience, in pursuit of their well-being and success, is at the forefront of all visionary thinking in educational spaces. We have spoken to multiple groups in the area and our reach has extended as far as the states of Georgia and Alaska! Reach out to us if you or someone you may know would be interested in this opportunity.
Community Space: We hold monthly meetings at Cafe Conmigo, creating a space to exchange ideas and support those in the community whose work aligns with ours. If you’re interested in getting involved with our coalition; talking about your own club or organization; sharing a positive or negative experience you had regarding diversity, equity, and inclusion; or getting help in resolving a situation in which you feel you were treated unfairly or discriminated against, visit us at Cafe Conmigo.
#IAmForChange Campaign: We’ve made it a point to show up at every school board meeting for the last two school years. We support speakers who tell the board and administration why they are #ForChange and why diversity, equity, and inclusion matter to them at NA.
Caravan For Change: Our annual “Caravan for Change” event brings together all facets of the community to amplify the calls for positive change in our area. At our Caravan, we host speakers, food, music, and poster-making, ending with a car parade protest through the streets of Wexford. The event serves as a reflection of the progress being made in the district while also being a time to reemphasize the inclusive vision our coalition and community demand and deserve.
Social media is a powerful tool for organizing and awareness. Check out our Instagram page to see educational content and updates about our coalition.