The Alluvial Collective Hosts Community Listening Sessions To Improve Public School Grading System
The Alluvial Collective Hosts Community Listening Sessions To Improve Public School Grading System This series…
This Month’s Book Centers Reconciliation
This month’s book centers reconciliation and lists ways church communities can improve equity.
This Month’s Giveaway Features Two Books Honoring Emmett Till
August Book Giveaway Learning and education are integral parts of the Alluvial Collective’s mission. What…
Webinar Replay: Ambiguous Meanings, Ambiguous Realities?
For the first time ever, the Alluvial Collective convenes a panel of experts from the U.S. and Germany for a transatlantic discussion on race and racial discourse.
This Month’s Book Examines Boundaries Preventing Racial Progress in America
American Whitelash confronts the sickness at the heart of American society: the cyclical pattern of violence that has marred every moment of racial progress in this country, and whose bloodshed began anew following Obama’s 2008 election.
Reflecting on SYI’19
Amara Johnson, a mentor from our 2019 cohort, reflects on lessons learned and memories made during her mentorship.
Improving Capacity and Community Engagement Internationally
For the past year, April Grayson, our Director of Community and Capacity Building, has been a fellow with the Transatlantic Exchange of Civic Educators (TECE) to learn new ways of democratic engagement by using an international comparative approach to civic education.
This Month’s Book Sheds New Light on the History of Slavery in the American South
Behind the Big House gives readers a candid, behind-the-scenes look at what it really takes to interpret the difficult history of slavery in the U.S. South.
A Letter From our Executive Director, Von Gordon
Governor William Winter would always greet me with, “Hello, my friend,” and he would shake…
This Month’s Book Discusses the American South and the Soul of a Nation
Learning and education are integral parts of the Alluvial Collective’s mission. What better way to…