The Education for Social Justice Foundation (ESJF) provides education on past injustices relegated to the sidelines of history. Incorporating lessons learned from the past to develop dignity-affirming and critical-thinking-based curricula, ESJF promotes universal values through the history of the marginalized.
Education for Social Justice Foundation is a 501 (c)3 NGO in special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
Two ESJF teachers who returned from the 2023 decolonization study tour in Germany wrote lesson plans highlighting the dignity-affirming work of people from former German colonies resisting colonization and dehumanization. Their fight became part of a solid foundation to continue the growing decolonization movement in Germany today. Click below for the lesson plans.
One of the primary global tools used in U.S. foreign policy is military force. Though the term “foreign” is used, U.S. foreign policy closely correlates to its domestic policy. Should the U.S. want to be a leading country in advancing human rights and promoting peace at home and abroad, it must adopt a feminist foreign policy (FFP). Find more information about FFP below.