Community Development, Ability and Age Justice – Discussion Group

During the month of February, learn more about community development (especially housing and transit) and its connections to ability justice and age justice. Then, join a discussion group with other […]

Community Development, Ability and Age Justice – Intergenerational Panels

In February, we are focusing on the intersection between community development (especially transit and housing), ability justice and age justice. Come hear a group of powerful intergenerational leaders share their […]

Pollution, Gender and Sexuality Justice – Youth Panel

In November and December, we are focusing on the intersection between soil, air and water pollution and gender justice as well as sexual orientation justice. Come hear a group of […]

Chatham University Food and Racial Justice Panel

In October, we are focusing on the intersection between food systems and racial justice. Come hear 5 powerful leaders share their work and the ways they think about systems change. […]

Chatham University Food and Racial Justice Panel

In October, we are focusing on the intersection between food systems and racial justice. Come hear 5 powerful leaders share their work and the ways they think about systems change. […]

Dismantling discrimination: Bringing context, equity and truth to K-12 education

How do we build school cultures that are legitimately antiracist, where all learners are truly respected?

$35 million grant to Niche will change how Gen Z kids apply to college

The funding will make the platform a leading destination for kids to manage their school-search journey.

Steeltown College Fair

If you are a high school student curious about pursuing a career in filmmaking, broadcasting, and digital arts, you’ll want to know about the numerous higher education opportunities available right […]

Seeds of Change conference showcases kid-inspired ideas on sustainability

“It’s about a way of thinking, a way of considering human health, considering happiness, considering equity and justice in every decision that we make.”

Pittsburgh summer camps 2018: 10 arts adventures your kids will love

“Instructors focus on helping children become creative decision makers, take risks and try new tools and processes.”