Pollyanna is a national nonprofit helping academic and other institutions achieve their diversity, equity, and inclusion goals.






Community and organization-wide assessments, and curriculum assessments collect and synthesize feedback pertaining to inclusivity, along with the guidance needed to implement systemic change.






Pollyanna’s free K-8 Racial Literacy Curriculum is designed to help students gain knowledge about race as it has been constructed in the United States.





A range of trainings and workshops aimed at supporting educators, families, or executives in driving intentional change across their institutions.


Supporting the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Field


NEW: Beyond Black@ - Developing an Effective Communications/DEIB Partnership

Join us on August 10, 2-3PM ET on Zoom for a workshop that will help communications professionals have a deep relationship with the DEIB office that goes beyond approval of public statements on anti-Semitism or an Instagram lesson on Pride Month. 

NEW: Overview of Pollyanna's K-8 Racial Literacy Curriculum

Join us on August 14, 1-4PM ET on Zoom. We will guide you through a discussion about Pollyanna’s Racial Literacy Curriculum, which is designed to help students gain knowledge about race as it has been constructed in the United States.

NEW: Showing Up and Standing Up: A 5-Part Journey Towards Antiracism for White Families.

Join Pollyanna for this parent educational opportunity about white people’s roles and responsibilities in working for racial justice. Workshops take place monthly September 2021 – January 2022

Pollyanna’s Position Papers

Through a series of surveys with various school community members, these reports offer wisdom and practical ideas for developing more racially just schools.


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