This course provides educators and those seeking to understand the current state of education, with the necessary skills to understand, deconstruct and dismantle the convergence of systems of oppression in public schools through Critical Race Theory. Specifically, this course will prepare you to take a closer look at systems (schools, universities, organizations) in tandem with how you’re showing up as educators committed to equity on all levels within your sphere of influence. We will also take note of and begin to shift to (un)learn harmful ways of engaging as an educational leader (i.e., white supremacy culture of over-productivity and lack of self/community care), therefore shifting outcomes for students, especially those of historically marginalized and multiply-marginalized groups (i.e., Black, Indigenous, 2SLGBTQ+, those who are neuro-diverse). Students will have the chance to learn, process and practice meaningful decision-making skills along with, organizational, instructional, managerial and political high leverage pivots, that directly communicate your commitment to the work of anti-racism. We will delve into various schools of thought and concrete actions to move the agenda of equity forward as leaders, and collaborators. Particular attention will be given to diversity issues regarding race, culture, gender, age, social class, national origin, language, ancestry, sexual orientation, citizenship, and physical or mental abilities. Critical Race Theory continues to be a liberation-focused praxis that requires us to do better, once we know better and is only one way to view our current social, political and educational contexts.