Group of primary students

Student agency in promoting anti-discriminatory practices is key in shaping student experiences both at school and in life beyond school. During student interviews with a group of primary school students at a recent preparatory evaluation visit to Braeburn Dar Es Salaam, I asked what anti-discrimination meant to them.

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Illustration of a black woman in leadership leading women up hill

Could I be a leader? Am I a leader? Should I even want to be a leader? Surely there are more suitable people out there. I wanted more representation. I wanted my classroom and biological children to see more people of color in the international school sector, but I had always hoped that someone else would do that work. 

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