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The Waldorf School of Louisville writes today acknowledging societal injustice and the resulting outrage and sadness that has escalated throughout our community this past week. We are once again reminded of the systemic racism that exists within our community and the United States.
Yet, we recognize that sadness and outrage are not enough. At the foundation of Waldorf education lies the mission of social renewal. As Waldorf educators, we hold the dignity of life and the human being at the center of our work. It is our responsibility to bear witness to what is happening in the world, to elevate the voices of marginalized people, to change the course of inequities, and to break down structural prejudice in all forms where it exists, particularly in Waldorf Education.
We ask ourselves:
  • How do I participate, consciously or unconsciously in systemic racism?
  • What meaningful actions will I take in service to the leadership and agency of people of color?
  • Where are the possibilities for me to prioritize racial justice in my work to further Waldorf education?

 We ask these questions of ourselves to inform our own inner work and how to best lead our children.

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Our highest endeavor must be to develop free human beings who are able of themselves to impart purpose and direction to their lives. The need for imagination, a sense of truth, and a feeling of responsibility—these three forces are the very nerve of education.

Rudolf Steiner

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