EJA envisions a relationship-centered public school system that truly values parents and students as decision-makers and active agents of change. . .
The Education Justice Alliance (EJA) works for an educational system that is effective, equitable, & inclusive. We promote racial, socio-economic and gender equity. . .
EJA came out of the former YWCA of the Greater Triangle, which was located in Southeast Raleigh, one of the poorest areas in the capital city predominantly populated by people of color. . .
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