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Identity and Social Consciousness

Northwestern University believes a diverse student body ultimately leads to more thoughtful world-leaders. The Partnership Office supports efforts at ETHS and Northwestern, working to achieve a welcoming and inclusive environment for students of all races and ethnicities, accessibilities, genders and sexualities.
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Our social consciousness series is important in that it establishes a sense belonging for groups that have been historically “othered.””

Marcus Campbell, ETHS Assistant Superintendent, Principal and Adjunct Teaching Faculty

Featured Programs

Supporting District 202 in the work of identity, racial diversity and social consciousness

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Social Consciousness Summit Series

ETHS convenes an annual series of one-day summits centered around racial and gender identity.

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Women's Empowerment Conference

A full day workshop for seniors at ETHS who identify as womxn, trans, and non-binary to come together and discuss topics around gender and identity.

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Black Men Lead

A collective of Black male students from ETHS, Northwestern, and the community.

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A Northwestern center that supports research of social science issues and disseminates that scholarship within the community. 

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