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Now Looking for "Troublemakers"

Applications for Class 10 are now available and are due April 23, 2014.

Cultural Leadership is looking for curious, courageous, change-the-world type high school students to participate in the tenth class of its award winning year-long youth educational, social justice and leadership program.

Learn more at our public information session on Wednesday, April 9 at 6pm at Brittany Woods Middle School in University City.

Join the Race to End Racism

GO! For A Cause and join our team as we accomplish training goals, raise funds and awareness for Cultural Leadership, and
Race to End Racism! Please join us in Forest Park on the weekend of April 5-6, 2014. Cultural Leadership has participated in Go! For A Cause race weekend for the last three years.

 For more information, click here.

Courageous Conversations

Class 9 students were recently featured in a Nick News segment about school segregation, because of Cultural Leadership's unique School Swap experience. View their work here.

In July, Class 9 students, and a Class 9 parent,  participated in a discussion on education with independent filmmaker Shukree Tilghman. Tilghman is working on a new documentary revisiting the 50th anniversary of the original March on Washington. The video can be viewed by clicking on this link.

Racism. Discrimination. Hate. Love. Belonging. Understanding. Justice.

Our students discuss and help maintain an environment of mutual respect and open dialogue.

To schedule our students to address or facilitate your group, visit our Book-A-Speaker page.