The Voices School for Liberation and Transformation is a collaborative of scholars, a network of leading influencers, and a community of learners committed to pursuing positive change through educating, inspiring, and training leaders of color in academia, business, politics, media, the arts, and culture.
The Voices School connects students with a network of highly esteemed “on-the-ground” scholars, and leaders in their fields who live what they teach. Through mentoring and modeling, professors help students discover a deeper understanding of their authentic history and culture that honors and affirms them individually and collectively as people of color.
Students will be challenged and empowered to engage deeper with purposeful action, embrace authentic faith, and live as beacons of justice within their communities, culture, and throughout the world.
Through the power of liberated education and faith, alongside the relational practice of community engagement in the cultural context of people of color, the Voices School offers both certificates in primary focus areas as well as a Master’s degree in Innovative Leadership.
The School’s platform is a hybrid of online and face-to-face classes with students assigned to a neighborhood-based, small group cohort led by local professors, the majority of which are leaders of color with practical and contextual grassroots experience. The faculty, a network of esteemed scholars, will collaboratively work with students to provide instruction, conduct research, and publish through an authentic narrative to promote a voice for liberation and transformation for people of color.
Whether as a leader, or as a learner, The Voices School invites you to be a part of writing a new and authentic narrative of leadership, truth, and service for people of color. Join us. Be a voice for liberation and transformation.
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