Expanding access to education is at the core of the CoR Network's vision for change. Particularly in contexts where power is concentrated in the hands of the few, expanding educational opportunities to those who are otherwise excluded can help give rise to a democratic spring. Learn more about scholarship programs that are opening doors for students who ordinarily wouldn't get a shot at an education.
The United States has the highest rate of incarceration of any country in the world, with a criminal justice system that is marred by racial and class-based disparities. Learn more about how students at the Innocence Project, a leading national litigation and public policy organization, work to correct the wrongful convictions of the failing U.S. system.
Language is an essential means of transmitting cultural identity and educating future generations about indigenous knowledge and traditions. Yet, a global history of colonialism, racism, and discrimination has led to the extinction of approximately 600 languages in the last century. Learn about how two of our allies, Cultural Survival and the National Geographic Society, are working to protect the vast archive of traditional knowledge that is at risk of being lost forever.