The Center for Justice, Peace & Global Citizenship

The Center for Justice, Peace, and Global Citizenship drives critical reflection and engagement on all matters pertaining to diversity, inclusion, justice, multiculturalism, and global citizenship at Lincoln. The Center empowers the Lincoln School community to make positive and sustainable change, to ask the “difficult questions”, to address implicit and explicit bias, and to do so with respect, regardless of ability, age, ethnicity, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status.

The Center’s interconnected web of student clubs and program days that address topics like racial justice, privilege, feminism, and intersectionality, support this important work.


Statement of Diversity and Inclusion

Lincoln School values difference and honors a multiplicity of perspectives that includes, but is not limited to, age, religion, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, gender, physical ability, and family structure. We are committed to the Quaker values of equity, justice, peace, and community. These ideals are driven by an understanding that a socially conscious learner is an empowered one, one who engages in critical self reflection and honest action.

All members of the Lincoln School community—students, alumnae, faculty, staff, administrators, parents, and trustees—will honor, embrace, and empower difference and individuality as sources of strength.

Center Network

The following clubs and classes are supported by The Center:

  • The Center Library at Little School
  • L.I.F.E. Program the Lower School
    • Lincoln's identify for empowerment
  • Cultural Awareness for Everyone (CAFE)—Middle School
    • BIPOC Affinity Space
    • GSA
    • Environmental Justice
    • Quaker Youth Group
  • 2B1—Upper School
  • Lincoln's Environmental Action Group (LEAG)
  • Lincoln Feminists—Upper School
  • Gay Straight Alliance—Upper School
  • Model United Nations—Upper School
  • Quaker Youth Council—Middle School & Upper School
  • Human Rights Program—Middle School
  • Peace and Conflict Studies—Upper School
  • Gender Studies—Upper School