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iChange Collaborative

We offer inclusivity consulting and educational programs to schools and community organizations.

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DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION CONSULTING AND DEVELOPMENT

iChange Collaborative announces the publication of

LET’S GET REAL

EXPLORING RACE, CLASS, AND GENDER IDENTITIES IN THE CLASSROOM
Authors Martha Caldwell and Oman Frame, both lifelong educators, offer a series of teaching strategies designed to encourage conversation and personal reflection, enabling students and teachers to think creatively, rather than stereotypically, about difference.

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"Insightful and helpful for teachers of all grades."
-bell hooks

“Let’s Get Real is the social justice teaching book I’ve been craving for two decades.”
- Paul Gorski

Racial Equity and Inclusion
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iChange Collaborative - We offer inclusivity consulting and training workshops to businesses, schools, community organizations, and government agencies.

“Conversation is the revolutionary way of learning.”

bell hooks

Welcome to iCHANGE COLLABORATIVE

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Consulting for Schools, Businesses, and Community Organizations.


WE HELP ORGANIZATIONS BUILD INCLUSIVE CULTURES, COMMUNITIES OF BELONGING WHERE PEOPLE FEEL VALUED AND INSPIRED.

The dynamic potential of diversity and inclusion lies in incorporating multiple perspectives and synthesizing solutions. When organizations foster rich and diverse talent, the result is transformational leadership.

Strong SOCIAL identities – race, class, gender, religion, ethnicity, and ability – result in increased engagement, achievement, creativity, innovation, and ethical commitment.

Transformational change begins with authentic personal interactions and ends with real world action. iChange Collaborative’s “Dynamic Dialogues” programs foster supportive relationships, appreciation for differences, group synergy, and commitment to positive change.

Our programs integrate interpersonal activities and self-reflection to personalize experience and catalyze higher order thinking. Our process method strengthens identity and enhances relationships, which are then mirrored in dynamic cultures.

We are situated in Atlanta, Georgia, on the traditional lands of the Muscogee Creek and Cherokee peoples. We offer this acknowledgement because the erasure of Indigenous peoples is a fundamental piece of settler colonialism, as a system of land dispossession that conditions the possibility of every conversation we have. 

 

Caldwell and Frame are dynamic and daring teachers who generously share their skills and experience to help us all learn how to guide our young people to a better future.

 
Amanda Lewis
Author of Race in the Schoolyard
 

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Mother’s day is Sunday. To celebrate, we are honoring women who fought for justice!
Queen Liliʻuokalani was the first and only queen to rule the Hawaiian islands, reigning from 1891 until they were seized and stolen by the imperial government of the United States of America.
By the time she would rule, much of the monarchy’s power had been dissolved by a new constitution that favored mostly white wealthy landowners and elite businessmen who owned pineapple and sugar cane plantations. These U.S. businessmen were regularily at odds with the Hawaiian monarchy and wanted Hawaiʻi to become a part of the United States to protect their financial interests. Liliʻuokalani rejected the new “constitution” and proposed her own that restored full power to the Hawaiian monarchy and voting rights for the poor. This caused the white elite to stage a coup d'état ultimately leading to Lili’uookalani reluctantly yieldeding to the U.S. government.
Queen Liliʻuokalani remained defiant and demanded a free Kingdom of Hawaiʻi until her death.
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