Eliminating Racism
In Bexley Schools

It takes everyone to dismantle the systems of racism. 

Systemic and sustainable change is needed in Bexley City Schools to address racism and bias

This initiative is led by parents of Black children in Bexley
and participation is open to all Bexley residents who are aligned with this mission.

If this cause is important and urgent to you, please join us!

"In Their Voices" -- Community Event

Thursday, February 29 from 6:00-7:30 pm 

Bexley Public Library Auditorium

2411 East Main Street, Bexley OH

February 2024 marks one year since the appalling racist image was shown during the middle school announcements.  At this community event, we will hear directly from Bexley City Schools students and parents who will share their experiences with racism in our schools since last February's incident. 

If you are a student (or parent on a student's behalf) and would like to speak at the meeting,
please complete this form by February 25th.

We are developing solutions in the following areas:


How can Bexley schools improve the safety of Black students?


How can Bexley schools improve communication about race-related incidents?


How can Bexley schools improve the education of students, teachers, staff, and administration about racism and bias?


How can the culture of Bexley schools be welcoming, inclusive, and supportive of Black students?

How To Get Involved

Review community ideas submitted
to address the issue of
racism in Bexley Schools.

Learn more about what the progress we have made together in our quest to eliminate racism in our schools.

Stay informed on our group's
collective work and next steps
as we organize for impact!

ERiBS stands for Eliminating Racism in Bexley Schools 

We believe that all students in Bexley deserve to feel safe, supported, and challenged in their learning environment. 

We also believe that Bexley Schools can and should be a model for racial equity in education.