These educational organizations either make social justice and cultural diversity their central concern or incorporate committees within their structure that do so.
American Psychological Association
The "largest scientific and professional organization representing Psychology in the United States." Includes links to "Understanding Racism."
American Anthropological Association
Publishes material pertaining to anthropology; largest professional organization for anthropologists in the United States. Among the charges of its Committee on Minority Issues in Anthropology is "defining anthropology's role in the discourse on cultural diversity."
Southern Poverty Law Center
Teaching Tolerance (splcenter.org) "Using litigation, education, and other forms of advocacy, the Center works toward . . . equal justice and equal opportunity." Offers teachers a wide range of resources, including DVDs, a journal, curricula, and classroom strategies.
Parents, Families, Friends, and Allies United with LGBTQ
"Committed to advancing quality and full societal Affirmation of LGBTQ people through . . . support, education, and advocacy."
National Association for Multicultural Education
"[A]dvances and advocates for equity and social justice through multicultural education." Publishes Multicultural Perspectives and hosts an annual national conference as well as regional conferences.
Pedagogy & Theatre of the Oppressed, Inc.
Promotes "critical thinking and social justice through liberatory theatre and popular education" based on "the theories and practices of Paulo Freire and Augusto Boal."
Shades of White Flight
Evangelical Congregations and Urban Departure by Mark T. Mulder. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 2015.