We exist to end racism through education. That’s who we are and what we are about. Founded in 2014, the Joan Trumpauer Mulholland Foundation began with a goal to to preserve, share and continue the legacy of Joan Trumpauer Mulholland by educating people about the Civil Rights Movement and how they can make a difference too and we continue to do that today. Through our work, we have found that the most effective way to change racist ideology is to begin with education. Racism is a learned behavior. The sooner we can teach children what racism is and to call it out when they see it, the sooner we can see a brighter future.
The Joan Trumpauer Mulholland Foundation provides individuals, teachers and classrooms with learning materials to help shed light on American history that is often either misunderstood or skipped over. Using reading materials and video, students are given a multi-faceted approach to learning, catering to the different ways they can best understand new concepts.
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