Black Agenda

  1. Home Assessments for children to determine the full wrap-around needs of OUSD children living in poverty.
  2. Mental health, wholesome food, literacy for all programs, and restorative justice resources.
  3. Bringing in a collaboration of community-based organizations that work on affordable housing and a schools to union jobs pipeline for Black youth.
  4. We need class structures that benefit our Black youth. This means small classrooms, experienced teachers, and more Black teachers, including Black male teachers. We must have a culturally sensitive curriculum for African American studies.
  5. We need spaces for our youth to learn about civic engagement such as hosting voter registration drives and health fairs. 
  6. We need to empower our Black girls. This requires stronger curriculum on sexual harassment and teach boys to become mindful about sexual consent and expand reproductive rights education.