A collection of our history, how we started, and what we do today .
June 30th, 2020
Keoni Dilay, Moe’Neyah Holland, Kate Burney, and Kenzie Jones met with the principal of Curtis High School to discuss these goals. After the meeting, the success and cohesiveness of the group was evident. These four started a board with a call to education reform, starting at Curtis High School.
July 3rd, 2020
Moe’Neyah Holland, Kate Burney, Kenzie Jones, and Keoni Dilay organized the painting of the Curtis Rock. The four painted phrases of ‘Black Lives Matter.’
The executive board added three new members. This expanded board, zoom called the Curtis choir and theater teachers about implementing new methods into their current ways of organizing.
July 9th, 2020
The board met up with the athletic director at Curtis High School. Solutions to combat racist cultures in these athletic departments were provided.
July 30th, 2020
The Youth Education Board met with Sound View Equity’s teacher union to discuss curriculum change. They emphasized removing police officers from schools.
September 14, 2020
The board finished a collaboration with the Washington Trafficking Prevention Organization. A video about teaching racism in schools was made. It will be located on their instagram.