Halleemah Nash

Guest Blogger

Executive Director, iMentor Chicago

Chicago, Illinois

Halleemah Nash is the executive director of iMentor Chicago, an organization that builds rigorous, high-impact mentoring relationships that ensure more students from low-income communities succeed in college. Under her leadership, this program has scaled to triple its Year 1 impact, now serving over 700 mentor/mentee relationships in Chicago Public Schools in just its second year.

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As Black and Brown Educators, We’re Coming Together to Support DACA and the American Dream

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Posted Mar. 13, 2019

While Rich People Bribe Their Kids’ Way Into College, Parents of Color Sit in Jail for Wanting Better Schools

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Posted Mar. 13, 2019

This Pi Day, Let’s Celebrate Girls Killing It at STEM

If society plays its cards right, we could soon enter a time when anyone can wear a lab coat, and that’s really cool. Schools, businesses,…

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Posted Mar. 12, 2019

The Case for Education Reparations

$23 billion. According to a recent report from Ed Build, that’s the gap in state and local funding between what kids in predominantly White districts…

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