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On the lookout for curious, courageous, change-the-world type teens!

Cultural Leadership is always looking for excellent applicants for our two programs. If you have a wonderful teen in mind, contact us to get on our mailing list for application information.

Cultural Leadership's award-winning high school program is a year-long experience that educates students about social justice through the lens of the African-American and Jewish experience. Applications for Class 13 (2017-18) of Cultural Leadership will be available in January. Students who are high-school freshmen or sophomores at the time of application are eligible. For more information click here

Camp Cultural Leadership is a summer day camp for middle- and high-school students focusing on social justice concepts and leadership skills, while having fun and making new friends.  Click here to learn more about our summer camp programs, which we will offer in 2017.

THANK YOU! for Making Our Journey to Justice Event a Huge Success

THANK YOU to everyone who came out in support of our Journey to Justice Signature Event on September 15 at Windows on Washington!


Cultural Leadership’s annual Signature Event serves as a fundraiser and a celebration. This year, in addition to celebrating our Transformational Leadership awardees, we unveiled our first Distinguished Alumni Award. We are grateful to everyone who joined us in celebrating and advocating for diversity, inclusion, and cultural understanding - not to mention the wonderful dinner and entertainment!

Click here for a retrospective gallery of photos from this year's Signature Event.

Congratulations to Our Awardees, Hannah Rosenthal and Matt Kincaid

See these videos for introductions to each of our Distinguished Alumni Award recipients.
Matt Kincaid:
Hannah Rosenthal:

Courageous Conversations

Let’s talk about the real issues that affect us.

Cultural Leadership Class 11 students have been learning how to lead and facilitate dicussions on hot topic social justice issues that very few people talk about - issues like discrimination, privilege, oppression, gender and other divisive topics. Class 11 students are now available to facilitate a Courageous Conversation at your workplace, school, house of worship, or other group. Click here for more information.