Pollyanna is a national nonprofit helping academic institutions, non-profits and corporations build stronger and kinder communities.






Community and Communications Assessments collect and synthesize feedback pertaining to inclusivity, and offer guidance needed to implement systemic change.






Pollyanna’s free K-12 Racial Literacy Curriculum is designed to help students gain knowledge about race as it has been constructed in the United States.





A range of trainings and workshops aimed at supporting educators, leadership teams, trustees, families, and executives in driving change in their communities.



Pollyanna Summer Workshop Series 2024

We just added 3 workshops focusing on the election! 15 WORKSHOPS / 1 PRICE:  Join us from the office, home or beach! Take a look at the incredible facilitators and the wide ranging topics we will cover. The fee per school for all workshops for as many employees as you’d like to send:  schools with 500 students and under is $1700 for the year and schools with 501 students and over is $2200. All workshops are recorded and archived to be conveniently viewed by October 1. Learn more and register.

Pollyanna's Teen Council School Membership 2024-25

Calling all teens and school leaders! Get ready to amplify your teen’s voices at Pollyanna Teen Council meet-ups. We’re launching a School Membership exclusively for the 2024-25 School Year. Teen’s opinions matter, and we’re thrilled to provide a platform where they can share thoughts, ideas, and passions. Join us for informative and exciting monthly meet-ups, specially designed for 13-18 year olds eager to engage in meaningful discussions on today’s most pressing topics. Read more and sign up.

Pollyanna's Free K-12 Racial Literacy Curriculum

Please download Pollyanna’s K-12 Racial Literacy Curriculum and email us for assistance implementing. Without a sincere effort to understand the historical roots and current problems caused by race and racism, we will continue to passively accept the status quo.

Myths About Pollyanna

We’ve picked four of the most common myths that we have heard from opponents of our racial literacy work and have highlighted them in this resource. These myths threaten to undo our work, so we must undo them. Click here to read.


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