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The Wilmington Ten Foundation supports the rights of vulnerable populations, when it has not been possible to empower them to advocate for themselves. To that end, advocacy will take on different forms, and in many environments.
We believe an equitable education is a social justice issue; therefore we will advocate for students and parents with limited resources,  minority students, and the rights of students from high risk populations whenever they require support within the school and the community.
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Education
Policy
We will endeavor to use political "know how" to influence policy that effect academic and social development of youth in our schools and community; through partnering with other social & civic organizations, and aid in the development of programs that will support our efforts.
Education.com Outrageous School Policies: What Can You Do Contact Form
WUNC 91.5 How Does The "School-To-Prison Pipeline" Work In North Carolina?
Policymic 4 Shocking Stats That Show How Badly We're Failing Our Black Youth
Shedding light on the legacy of segregation in North Carolina
A Force For Real Education Reform Emerges
Fact Sheet: How Bad Is the School-to-Prison Pipeline?
"School-to-prison" Pipeline: Report Highlights NC's Punitive Discipline
NC POLICY WATCH Outstanding teacher reluctantly leaving North Carolina
Advocacy
For Social Justice
by Wayne Moore
2017 Dolores F. Moore Golf Tournament
Authors argue a shift toward "neighborhood schools" has re-segregated the district and hurt student achievement at majority-minority schools.