Being Black at School is a national nonprofit advocacy organization focused on addressing the complexities of being a Black student in the American education system. The mission is to utilize data and policy analysis to foster a movement for schools that are safer and more equitable for Black students. Join founder Kelly Hurst, the Being Black at School Team, and her special guests at the Currency Exchange Cafe to celebrate the launch and help us raise funds to dismantle systemic racism across the country. This year's award recipients are Monica Haslip and Eve L. Ewing. [Tickets and info here.]