Our Black Minds Matter tools and resources help to promote our initiative and will be just what you need to make education freedom possible. Together we can.

Logos

Logos

Our logo is our most valuable promotion tool to ensure everyone knows Black Minds Matter. Use #BlackMindsMatter when sharing!

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Quote Graphics and School Media Frames

Quote Graphics and School Media Frames

As you share why Black Minds Matter, we encourage you to tag us using #BlackMindsMatter.

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Starting a School: Business Plan Template

Starting a School: Business Plan Template

Necessary Components of a School Business Plan by the Drexel Fund. The Drexel Fund recognizes that School Business Plans should be appropriately tailored to meet the specific circumstances, local context and individual needs of each new school.

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Learn How to Serve Minority Students Better at Your Private School

Learn How to Serve Minority Students Better at Your Private School

The shifting demographics of the country as well as the educational benefits for all students who attend diverse schools should inspire private school leaders to pursue diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. Private schools are uniquely positioned to implement these initiatives given their autonomy, which allows for flexibility and creativity. With a commitment to the work, private schools can build communities that are reflective of the growing diversity of America and where all students, families, and staff feel valued and are able to thrive.

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Rev. HK Matthews Talks Civil Rights and School Choice

Rev. HK Matthews Talks Civil Rights and School Choice

He marched for civil rights in the 1960’s. Today, Rev. H.K. Matthews is fighting for school choice. Rev. Matthews spearheaded protests that resulted in the increased employment of African Americans in Florida, participated in the first march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Ala., and is now a vocal advocate for school choice options.

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