Abolitionist Teaching Network's mission is to develop and support those in the struggle for educational freedom by utilizing the intellectual work and direct action of Abolitionists in many forms.
Abolitionist Teaching Network is fundraising to support educational freedom. This summer we will gather radical and imaginative minds around issues impacting schools and communities nationwide.
The heart of ATN rests on the network’s Activists in Residence (AiR) and the sites in which those AiRs organize. We are no longer accepting applications to be considered for the 2021 AiR cohort. We will be recruiting the second wave of AiRs in 2022. Please stay tuned to this site and social media to learn more about the first wave of AiRs and to apply to become an AiR for the second wave.
Abolitionist Teaching Network is fundraising to support educational freedom. This summer we will virtually gather radical and imaginative minds around issues impacting schools and communities nationwide.
ATN awards grants to educators and community members who strive to disrupt inequalities and injustice within their schools, communities, or both.
Co-Founders of ATN, Dr. Bettina Love and Chelsey Culley-Love, host the podcast Teaching to Thrive. Click here to access episodes, transcripts, and questions for reflection.
In August, 2020, we released a guide for racial justice and abolitionist social and emotional learning. It's been downloaded thousands of times and used in hundreds of schools already. Join the movement!
We invite kids ages 9-14 with big ideas about freedom to study with us! The entirely free Virtual Freedom School will introduce complex questions about freedom and help kids find answers that are meaningful for their lives.
If teachers are not well, how can we expect the students to be well?
Explore podcasts, videos, and articles to support your agitation. Coming soon: a directory of resources in your community!