EXPERIENCE ASCRIBE EDUCATIONAL CONSULTING

Working Towards an Anti-Racist Future

An Anti-Racist future might seem like a radical concept but here at Ascribe Educational Consulting we are working in our community to uplift and normalize Equity and Humanity.

Our programs and trainings are designed to be a catalyst resource that encourage community members and organizations to reach the goal of Inclusivity and Belonging.

There is a positive impact and priceless value that comes with identifying the needs of the most disenfranchised and marginalized people in community.


Join the movement in centering while acknowledging the responsibility of connected engagement.

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WHO WE ARE

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We are reimagining the possibilities of educational and racial equity.


We've decided to fight for the very things our ancestors earned and deserved but were denied because of Race, Class, Gender, and Economic status.


Since 2009, the mission has included an informed attempt to lift and center the importance of the Black lived experience. Studies continue to show what we already knew: intention, representation, inclusivity, and intersectionality matter. Why? You may ask, so as not to perpetuate the norms that result in othering, silencing, and erasing marginalized groups.


 It is important that we collectively understand that when Black people win, everyone wins. There is no greater time than the present to center Equity.  


It is only when we are intentional in building productive relationships, strategically planning to drive action, and positively impacting people on the margins of the margins, that we can actually say, "All lives actually matter."


Our goal is to curate safe and brave spaces where we can partner together to reflect and deconstruct the micro and macro experiences associated with the norms and dysfunctions of the American dream.


Normal has never met the needs of the most vulnerable and disenfranchised in community, thus ASCRIBE seeks to leverage the possibility of Equity, Humanity, and Reparations.

 

WAYS WE HELP

Meaningful Work. Unforgettable Experiences. Unapologetic Intentions. Inclusive Ideations.

 
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ANTI-RACISM TRAININGS

Helping Organizations Realize Their Full Potential of Equity and Belonging

With this initiative, our goal is to promote and create opportunities for those in need of curating safe and brave space for courageous conversations on race and race relations.
With access to the right resources, people can become empowered by their own abilities and gain the confidence to fulfill their potential with respect to the nuances of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging.
Learn more about how ASCRIBE's Anti-Racism Impact Strategies can help your team, by getting in touch with our team today.

MEET THE VISIONARY

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SONIA LEWIS

Founder and President

ASCRIBE Educational Consulting is here to help your organization engage in challenging and uncomfortable conversations, with the goal of fostering an understanding of anti-racism and humanity to achieve authentic strategic plans and implementation processes around Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI).


We will help you create safe anti-racist learning/work environments. We will provide you with resources, tools and training to achieve your goals for acknowledging harm, commitment to change and implementation solutions. Your team will demonstrate an understanding of anti-racism and humanity by creating goals, visions/mission statements, and policies/procedures that center and lift the most vulnerable in community.

 

TESTIMONIALS

What They’re Saying

 

We just opted out of most of the curriculum that Rose’s school is offering. It’s a lot of busy work and she doesn’t like getting online for the classroom meetings. But she loves the Teach-In. When I asked her why, she said she enjoys learning about Black history. She also said she likes seeing everyone (even though she’s never met you or any of the kids in person).

Carrie S.