Introduction to the role of educational institutions in perpetuating racism and sexism in the U.S.; theories of prejudice, assimilation, feminism, and cultural reproduction explain patterns of social, cultural, political, psychological, and economic exclusion.
- Professor Kimberely Clayton-Code
To create opportunities for individuals and families to reach self-sufficiency through family support services, education, employment and leadership.
To be an innovative leader that strengthens the vitality of the community and engages people as they work and live to achieve their hopes and dreams.
What We Do
Brighton Center wraps a community of support around individuals and families by tackling the issues that prevent people from becoming self-sufficient, removing the barriers they face, and creating hope so that goals can be achieved and dreams realized. From our modest beginnings in 1966, we have grown to provide a wide range of programs and services which include meeting basic needs, adult and early childhood education, workforce development, substance abuse recovery for women, affordable housing, financial education and counseling, youth services, and neighborhood based programs.