In partnership with our Superintendent, Ryan Schoenfeld and Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction, Duncan Wilson, Ardsley RACE has been able to bridge the gap between the communities concern's about anti-racism and racial literacy in our schools. We've also been able to bring the schools to the community.
In partnership with Chief Anthony Piccolino and our Community Relations Officer, Tony Vacca, Ardsley RACE has been able to bring families of color to speak with our officers and ask the important questions that make them feel safer in our community. In turn, our officers have been able to demonstrate their truest intentions for our community.
Our community is full of people who want to help and also who want a stronger sense of that traditional village concept. This includes parents and children alike. We intend on providing this through small virtual community gatherings for families.
Celebrate Women's History Month - learn something new, confirm the accuracy of the history that you've been taught, make a difference. Take a moment to spread love to the women in your life!
-Meetings with our Mayor, Police Chief and Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent
-Virtual Town Halls
-Coffee With A Cop
-Celebration of Black History Month
There is still work to be done. Follow us on Facebook or email us to participate.
Please join us for our next meeting on TBA at 7:30pm. Please email us for more information at info@ArdsleyRACE.org.
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Watch Shane Osinloye, President of UrbanLegacy.org as he shares this video for Ardsley RACE's Celebration of Black History Month on 2/28/21.