Francisco Angelo

helps create structured approaches to identifying, helps create structured approaches to identifying, understanding, and confronting social and professional issues—specifically those regarding race and ethnicity.

He has worked in New York City schools and in community-based organizations throughout New York City, and has been providing antiracist strategy for individuals throughout New England for over 10 years.

Francisco holds a master's degree in conflict resolution from Columbia University with a concentration in US civil rights.

He has participated in educational initiatives in Kenya, Ecuador, India and in Senegal, has facilitated conflict resolution extensive courses within the Massachusetts Department of Corrections through the Alternatives to Violence Project; created restorative justice approaches to conflict within the New York City public school system; and has co-facilitated cross-cultural conversations on gentrification in Harlem.