We seek to educate that how we define race in America is not only antiquated, it is wildly obscure. No one can define what it means to be black or white. We believe there is one race of people called "Human."
The term race means class. When we teach children that they belong to a class, we then are left to define the parameters of the class. Our goal is to empower children to be whoever they want to be, regardless of their skin color.
Knowledge is power. Encouragement creates super-powers. Instead of forcing people to accept a classification system, we at P.U.L.L. promote embracing identity. We are all human and together we can do anything.
We are offering a $2,000 scholarship to three different students who can critically analyze the construct of race. As we examine how we group people in America, this scholarship is designed to empower unique individuals.
The concept of race promotes that people with similar skin shades are all the same. Selecting people based on this factor is an inaccurate measure of diversity. We conduct a comprehensive training that illustrates how overlooking the uniqueness of people will thwart any goal aimed at true diversity.