This is your time to make a stand! If you care about a better education for all students, the time to act is now. Join IntegrateUS, a student-led movement for integrated and equitable schools.

  • Follow on Facebook and Twitter.
  • Sign up to become a member of IntegrateUs and get connected with other student advocates who want to support you.
  • Organize a conversation in your community:
    • Find a space and time
    • Promote to as many people as possible
    • Prepare questions you can use to start and guide the discussion 
    • If you want to show the film, sign up here and get the toolkit with resources to help you here
    • Share how it went on social media to inspire others to get involved in the conversation
  • Start doing more research into integration and equity in your local community. Who is already working on this? What are the big issues you know about already? Who are some people you might want to talk to to get a different perspective? 


Bring conversation about integration and equity into your classroom, school, or institution. Spark action.



Join Integrated Schools, a parent-to-parent grassroots movement to intentionally and joyfully enroll our children in integrating schools.

  • Join Integrated Schools on Facebook and Twitter.
  • Reach out. Contact us or see if there is a community in your area. Talk with a parent who has been there. The importance of getting connected cannot be understated. Wherever you are in your thinking, whatever your situation, we’ve likely been there, too.
  • Do a little research. Here is a set of resources (podcasts, articles, videos) to help get you started.
  • TALK about this anywhere and everywhere you can. It matters. A lot.
  • Take the Two Tour Pledge — commit to touring two schools that serve students not ‘just like yours.’ 
  • Join the Integrated Schools Book Club and Happy Hours— these are online and free ways to connect with parents across the country who are thinking about these issues.
  • Consider starting your own local Integrated Schools group! 

Organizations and Institutions

Join the National Coalition on School Diversity (NCSD), a network of civil rights organizations, university-based research centers, and state and local coalitions.


Host a Screening

Saw TEACH US ALL and want to share it with your community? We encourage you to host a screening and follow up discussion about how educational inequities impact your local community, and how you can work together to address them.

To host a screening, please contact us using THIS form. We look forward to hearing from you!


Not sure?

There's plenty you can do right now, where you are. No matter who you are, this work is about building a better society for us all. Follow the lead of those who have been doing this work in your communities.