Pollyanna is a national nonprofit helping academic institutions and corporations achieve their diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging goals.
Community and organization-wide assessments, and communications assessments collect and synthesize feedback pertaining to inclusivity, along with the guidance needed to implement systemic change.
Pollyanna’s free K-12 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, leadership teams, Board of Trustees, families, or executives in driving intentional change across their institutions.
POLLYANNA HIGHLIGHTS, INSIGHTS & RESOURCESSupporting Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging Goals
Pollyanna Summer School
Please join us for one of our August sessions. We are offering several Zoom workshops for educators and administrators, communication professionals and development professionals. Join facilitators Jan Abernathy, Jay Golon, Jason Craige Harris, Melissa Mirza, Jacqueline Nelson and David Smith for educational and interactive sessions this August.
Learn About Hosting a Pollyanna Conference
Whether your school community that has been striving to create more just and equitable spaces for decades or is embarking on this journey in newly-informed ways, we believe there is no better way to forward DEIB goals than to set aside the time and space to consider them deeply, thoughtfully, and in community with others. Email us to learn more about the benefits of hosting Pollyanna’s Intra- and Multi-School Conference! This session is open to DEI Directors, Administrators, and Heads of Schools.
Pollyanna's Free K-12 Racial Literacy Curriculum
Please download Pollyanna’s K-12 Racial Literacy Curriculum and email us for assistance implementing. Without a sincere effort to understand the historical roots and current problems caused by race and racism, we will continue to passively accept the status quo.
Myths About Pollyanna
We’ve picked four of the most common myths that we have heard from opponents of our racial literacy work and have highlighted them in this resource. These myths threaten to undo our work, so we must undo them.
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