Dr. Monique Redeaux-Smith is a longtime Bronzeville resident and homeowner, parent, mother, member of Teachers for Social Justice and veteran educator.
It’s such a shame that things had to come down to this. What you are doing is admirable. Keep it up! Thank you for fighting for all of us.
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Jeanette Taylor-Ramann is a lifelong Bronzeville resident, mother of 5 and soon to be grandmother. Ms. Taylor-Ramann has served as a Local School Council member at Mollison Elementary for 20 years and is currently the Chair of Mollison Local School Council. She is a parent organizer at the Kenwood Oakland Community Organization and member of the Coalition to Revitalize Dyett. She committed hundreds of hours with other Coalition members to complete the Dyett RFP.
Jitu Brown is the epitome of a lover of all children and the belief that all children deserve a world-class education in their community. He has mentored thousands of young people in Bronzeville and beyond for the last 22 years and is a the director of the Journey for Justice Alliance and lifelong member and leader with KOCO. Jitu has served on Dyett’s Local School Council since 2003 and is a member of the Coalition to Revitalize Dyett and committed hundreds of thousands of hours on the School Alignment Process and the Bronzeville Global Achievers Village that eventually became the Dyett Global Leadership & Green Technology Plan.
Marc Kaplan is a long-time organizer, Board member and leader at Northside Action for Justice. Parent, husband, local school council member at Uplift High School in Uptown. Marc has been involved in organizing against gentrification and for people’ s power in Uptown and around the city since 1972.
Dyett Global Leadership & Green Technology HS