EDquity Consulting is an Atlanta-based critical race theory-influenced educational consulting firm.  Founded in 2020, EDquity has reached over 4,500 teachers, 80,000 students, and 20 school organizations  through district and school-level training programs and workshops focused on topics including “dismantling white supremacy culture at school”  and combatting “curriculum violence.” 
EDquity has said Hispanic Heritage Month is “rooted in white supremacy and colonialism,”  teaching “grit” to students is racist,  and called for “decolonization” of curriculum and culture at schools.  The company also promotes a book list which includes works from controversial critical race theory authors as Ibram X. Kendi  and Gholdy Muhammad. 
EDquity’s founder LaTrice Lyle was a participant with Teach for America program,  has said the United States is “committed to white supremacy,”  and supports efforts to “decolonize Thanksgiving” in school curriculums. 
History and Leadership
Edquity Consulting was founded by LaTrice Lyle in 2020.  Since then, EDquity has reached over 4,500 teachers, 80,000 students, and more than 20 school organizations through its critical race theory-inspired programming. 
Prior to founding EDquity Consulting, Lyle was a participant on the left-of-center Teach for America program in 2013.  She has said the United States is “committed to white supremacy,”  proposed efforts to “decolonize Thanksgiving,”  has said “white supremacy culture” is prevalent in majority black schools,  and supports the far-left Black Lives Matter movement. 
Activities and Funding
EDquity Consulting is an educational consultancy group that offers small group coaching, project-based work, and district- and school-level educational development to implement critical race theory-inspired “anti-bias and anti-racist” theory and practice in classrooms based on four key points: 
- Identifying four key levers to apply “antiracism” in real-time in classrooms;
- Combatting and identifying “curriculum violence” and “curriculum trauma;”
- Identifying six elements of “social justice education;” and
- Project-based learning and social justice beginning in fall 2021.
EDquity runs critical race theory-inspired professional development sessions on “anti-bias” and “anti-racist” theory and practice and racial identity development and practice, performs so-called equity audits of curriculums, and hosts the Antiracism for Educators Conference series for preschool to 12th grade teachers.  The group also operates eight-week-long coaching programs and workshops for teachers  focused on “dismantling white supremacy culture at school”  and combatting “curriculum violence.” 
EDquity has said Hispanic Heritage Month is “rooted in white supremacy and colonialism,”  teaching “grit” to students is racist,  and called for the removal of gendered dress codes, decolonization of curriculum and culture at schools,  and the “unlearning of inaccurate history.” 
EDquity Consulting receives its funding from program and service fees from events and consulting. The group also works with Washington, D.C., Public Schools, which promotes its “anti-racist” curriculum,  and provides equity consulting to the Sun Prairie Area School District in Madison, Wisconsin.