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"As a school leader, I was comforted knowing that Wee The People has the same vision as I do – working towards creating a school where all can be seen authentically and all can thrive. Anti-racist, equity-driven work is exhausting and life-giving at once. Wee The People is a partner par excellence."

Dr. Asa Sevelius, Principal

Heath Elementary School, Brookline, MA


Wee The People is honored to be partnering with ABRAMS Books to create a curriculum guide for the upcoming children's book "Above the Rim: How Elgin Baylor Changed Basketball," chronicling the rise of a sports pioneer whose protest paved the way for the mass walk-out by NBA, MLB, and NHL teams following the killing of Jacob Blake. 

"Many NBA players have been some of the most thoughtful and powerful members of the African-American community and they have taken hard stands for what is right going all the way back to the start of the league. One of those stands took place with the Minneapolis Lakers in 1959, when then-rookie Elgin Baylor refused to play against the Cincinnati Royals in a neutral-site game in Charleston, W.Va., on Jan. 16."

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