In 2019-2020, Noble began to celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day to honor the Native inhabitants of this country. While Illinois hasn’t officially changed the name of the holiday yet, in Illinois, we are living on land that was taken from Indigenous people. While we can’t reverse the actions of the early Americans who took that land, we encourage you to visit this site to research whose land you currently reside on, as a form of recognition and acknowledgment of the rich culture of the Indigenous Peoples that settled this country. At Noble, we strive to create inclusive spaces for all of our students, families and staff, and to do this requires that we continue to examine both our past and our present from a multitude of perspectives.
Antiracism Commitment Statement
The work of the DEI Steering Committee is released as Noble’s Antiracism Commitment Statement. This statement will guide Noble’s work to become an anti-racist organization.