THE EXPECTATIONS PROJECT LAMENTS ASSAULT ON BODILY AUTONOMY

For Immediate Release | June 24, 2022Contact: Jim Hile – Director of Digital Engagement and Communicationsjim@expectations.org A Call for a Faithful Witness in Pursuit of Collective Liberation Today, The Expectations Project released a statement in response to the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, effectively overturning the 50-year precedent established in Roe v. Wade, which guaranteed …

THE EXPECTATIONS PROJECT AND EDUCOLOR JOIN HANDS IN FIGHT FOR TRUTH

For Immediate Release | February 15, 2022Contact: Jim Hile – Director of Digital Engagement and Communicationsjim@expectations.org New Campaign Equips Students, Educators, Parents and Community Members with Resources to Fight Back Against White Supremacist “Anti-CRT” Campaigns Washington, D.C. – Today, The Expectations Project, a D.C.-based nonprofit mobilizing people of faith to demand excellent public schools for children who are Black, Brown, …

The Expectations Project Launches the ‘Let a Child Be a Child’ Campaign

For Immediate Release | January 18, 2022Contact: Jim Hile – Director of Digital Engagement and Communications(734) 717-9687 | jim@expectations.org ARTISTS AND THEOLOGIANS LEAD FIGHT TO PROTECT KIDS IN SCHOOL New Campaign Draws Attention to Abuse of Students and the Urgent Need forCultural and Legislative Change Washington, DC – Today, The Expectations Project, a D.C.-based nonprofit mobilizing people of faith to …

THE EXPECTATIONS PROJECT APPOINTS ZAKIYA JACKSON AS NEW PRESIDENTIAL LEADERSHIP

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAugust 11, 2021Contact: Jim Hile(734) 717-9687, jim@expectations.org THE EXPECTATIONS PROJECT WELCOMES ZAKIYA JACKSON AS PRESIDENT Washington, DC – The Expectations Project Founder Nicole Baker Fulgham today announced that Zakiya N. Jackson has officially become president of the nonprofit education reform organization. Jackson began working for TEP in 2015 and has served as the group’s VP of Training and, …

TEP Attends Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference

In September, TEP’s Vice President of Policy and Advocacy, Aaron Jenkins, attended the Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference in Washington D.C. This event gathered policy experts, leaders, education practitioners, and advocates to discuss problems and solutions to address racial equity issues. Mr. Jenkins attended and participated in education-focused sessions including, “Advancing a Race Equity Education Policy Agenda,” hosted by …

All Our Children Conference Spotlights Education Equity

Last month, from January 16-18, over a hundred educators and faith-rooted advocates gathered in Columbia, SC for a conference that focused on spotlighting education equity and providing resources for advocates and volunteers to help the movement grow. The event was hosted by All Our Children, a network of congregations engaged in partnerships with under-resourced urban public schools. The Expectations Project (TEP) …

Webinar Draws 1,000 People To Learn About Faith-Rooted Advocacy

More than 1,000 people registered for a webinar hosted by The Expectations Project called Messengers of Hope: Faith and Action in the Trump Era. The October 12 webinar featured Nicole Baker Fulgham, our Founder and President, and Joshua DuBois, President Obama’s White House Director of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. Attendees learned about: 1) The biblical foundations for advocacy; 2) Educational …