About Defining US Defining US is a powerful network of students and teachers that are leading an inspiring civil rights movement to improve the most important social issues of our times. Our mission is to empower youth and inspire adults to improve the pressing civil rights issues that will define a new generation and the future of our nation. Local school systems are leading the movement to expand social justice, improve student mental health, and teach the skills that define our humanity. Stories that Inspire US Watch the inspiring stories of courageous educators and students who are opening minds and changing hearts on issues like race, religion, gender, mental health, and more. Resources that Transform US Explore the digital content platform with proven high-impact resources to help schools and families create positive, sustainable social change. A Network that Connects US Join the network of school districts and communities that are leading a school-based civil rights movement to promote hope, healing, and human dignity for all. Join a network of courageous students and teachers as they define themselves and discover how that will define US. Defining US is a series of social action campaigns to raise awareness about the movement, encourage dialog, share best practices, and provide the proven, social and emotional learning resources that help us understand ourselves and each other. Defining US: A New Majority Season 1 Students of color are now the majority of youth in American public schools, yet still maintain minority status. The current campaign focuses on improving race relations and outcomes for students of color. Watch the documentary and explore this digital portal to learn how you can get involved. Feature Documentary Hear the transformational stories of students and teachers who are shattering stereotypes and changing the narrative for students of color. Learn how teachers are implementing new programs that change minds, open hearts, and provide the hope and healing all students need to succeed. Advisors CWK Network has partnered with advisors from New York City Department of Education, Los Angeles Unified School District, Atlanta Public Schools, NYU, UCLA, and Columbia University. “Civil rights is about equality and that means seeing every person for his or her humanity and for their fullness as a human being . . . I still believe in human capacity to change and it gives me great hope.” Dr. Sharon Contreras, Guilford County Schools Superintendent Join the movement that is changing hearts, opening minds, and providing hope and human dignity for every individual.