Mad and don't know what to do? You think diversity and civil rights are important, and want to help make sure we get to keep them? Here are some fun, and valuable, ways you can make a difference.
Family Education teaches us about kids and diversity and how to "take your family on a culture cruise with these ideas, expert opinions, and activities."
Tell us your story about diversity, and why you think it's important in our schools. Even though our official Kids Speakout writing contests have ended, we still want to hear from you. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or click here to find submission forms.
Join our Media Watch listserv: Work with us and help us make the media accountable and fair and balanced in its coverage of civil rights.
Let us know about events in your area. Go to our calendar page and list your event there (send us an email letting us know you did), or you can simply email us all the facts.
Be a guest columnist. Let us know what you'd like to write about and we'll work together to see if we can get it published on the site.
Find out more:
Children's Defense Fund: Information, news and resources for and about kids.
Advancement Project's links: Networks and community-based groups to support kids and youth activism.
EdChange: Dedicated to diversity and equality in the schools.
Campus Progress: If you're heading to college or university, head here first.