We are excited to support the work of Caitlan Sheehan and the Duxbury Public Schools Anti-Racism Task Force with a Betty Allen-MASCD Anti-Racist Mini-Grant. The Anti-Racism Task Force was created this school year with the goal of developing explicitly anti-racist and anti-bias systems, curriculum, and programming in the district. The task force includes K12 teachers, curriculum supervisors, and building and district administrators. The grant will be used to purchase copies of White Kids Growing Up with Privilege in a Racially Divided America, by Margaret A. Hagerman, for the task force members. The book will help the members develop guidelines for how to have “courageous conversations” with white students, and strategies to combat racism in their community. It was particularly appealing to us that the task force includes the full district, because we know how impactful a system approach is for anti-racist and anti-bias work. We look forward to hearing about the work of the Duxbury Anti-Racism Task Force at the end of the school year, and about their plans for the future.