The National Black Child Development Institute Announces the 2024-2025 Public Voices Fellows in Partnership with The OpEd Project

The National Black Child Development Institute (NBCDI) introduces the second cohort of The Public Voices Fellowship on Racial Justice in Early Childhood in partnership with The OpEd Project. The Public Voices Fellowship is designed to bring new and diverse voices into racial justice in early childhood conversations, increase thought leadership among women and people of color so that our experiences and voices are included in these important conversations, and find just and equitable solutions to these challenges.

The Public Voices Fellowship on Racial Justice in Early Childhood is part of a prestigious national initiative from The OpEd Project to change who writes history. The curriculum explores leadership, knowledge exchange, and empowerment in an unjust world. Fellows will explore building consensus, how ideas spread, when and why minds change, and how ideas can shape the future.


The Public Voices Fellowship is an initiative launched by The OpEd Project in partnership with leading universities, foundations, and mission-aligned organizations across the globe.

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