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​​​Teachers need training to relate to kids of color

January 5, 2019 | Randie Gottlieb | Guest editorial, Yakima Herald

​With a largely white, middle class, monolingual teaching force, and an increasingly diverse student population, there is a need to recruit more teachers and administrators of color into the profession.This is essential, but will take time. There also is a critical need right now to provide teachers of all colors with training and support in order to effectively address current and long-standing equity and diversity issues in our classrooms and schools. READ HERE

52 Women, 52 Weeks

August 2019 | Yakima YWCA 

​Our Executive Director, Dr. Randie Gottlieb, was recognized by the YWCA as part of their "52 Women, 52 Weeks" social media campaign for 2019. The YWCA's mission is to Eliminate Racism and Empower Women, and

to promote peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. We are grateful

and humbled by this recognition for our work. READ MORE >

TEDx talk
Teachers Need Training - YHR article

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TEDx talk

​​​​TEDx presentation on "Unity Works!"

March 7, 2019 | Randie Gottlieb | Yakima Valley Museum

​Over 200 people gathered for an evening of TED talks on the theme of civility. Recorded talks included "What does it mean to be a citizen of the world?" by Australian humanitarian Hugh Evans, and "The beauty of human skin in every color" by Brazilian photographer Angelica Dass. UnityWorks founder, Dr. Randie Gottlieb, spoke about the oneness of humanity and shared some inspiring stories from the UnityWorks schools. Also pictured here is Poetry Slam Master Poet & Attorney Mr. Rod Nelson who inspired us all with his original poems. WATCH HERE > 

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