• Partners and Collaborators

We know we can’t do this work alone. Join us.

We are building an educational movement with high-impact educational institutions and innovative practitioners to re-imagine our shared history in order to create welcoming and inclusive communities. To date, we have forged active partnerships and collaborations with organizations that reach over 12 million young people a year. Both the depth and breadth of our work is expanding. By providing tools and professional learning for educators, we are nurturing current and future generations with the knowledge, empathy, and mindsets that sustain inclusive and welcoming communities.

Our goal is that 2025, our work will reach approximately half of the school-aged students in the United States with active partnerships and collaborations with high impact educational institutions around the world. 

Our collaborators and partners include

  • American Jewish Historical Society
  • Anti-defamation League Education (ADL)
  • Boston Public Schools
  • Charlotte Mecklenburg Public Schools
  • Confianza
  • Cultural Agents
  • Facing History and Ourselves
  • Got History
  • Immigrant Learning Center
  • Indiana State Library and Historical Bureau
  • Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
  • Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston
  • International High Schools Network
  • Lee and Low Books
  • Listenwise
  • Museum of Fine Arts Boston
  • Poetry Inside Out
  • Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education
  • The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
  • Not in Our Town
  • The New York Hall of Science
  • Salem State Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
  • School Mind, Brain and Education, Ettore Majorana Foundation
  • Share My Lesson
  • #SSCHAT
  • The National Gallery of Art, DC
  • The New York Department of Education
  • The Immigrant Learning Center
  • The Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center
  • The Smithsonian Digital Learning Lab
  • The Tenement Museum
  • UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies
  • University of Hildesheim
  • Washington International School

Re-Imagining Migration Fellows at our first summer seminar

Re-imagining Migration Fellows

Central to our efforts to spur educational innovation is the Re-imagining Migration fellows project. Now entering its second year, Re-imagining Migration fellows are leaders from across the educational ecosystem, from artists and filmmakers, community organizations, museums, schools and schools of education.

Applicants to the Re-imagining Migration fellows program propose an action research project based on our educational framework, attend our annual seminar, design their project with the assistance of Re-imagining Migration staff and fellows, and agree to share the results of their world with educators around the world.

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