Stand Against Anti-Asian Violence 
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said that “injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.” 

The MOSAIC Leadership Team recognizes that violence, fueled by racism against the Asian American and Pacific Islander community, has surged since the COVID pandemic.  We encourage you to educate yourself on the issue and find ways to demonstrate support.  


Featured Video

MOSAIC Parents Drs. Lamont and Jill Clay, are featured in the video “Our Community vs. COVID 19” produced by the The Columbus (OH) Black Physicians Network.


Gala celebration at the King Arts Complex
Saturday, May 15

Featuring our very own MOSAIC Parent, Dr. Cheryl Lee, who will be honored at this event (click image for details).





MOSAIC is an organization for parents of students of African descent interested in continuing Columbus Academy”s diversity efforts and works to foster a more inclusive school community. Our mission is to:

  • Ensure our children are getting the most from their Columbus Academy experience;
  • Be resources for ourselves and our children as well as for parents/families of prospective students;
  • Expand our role in increasing diversity at Columbus Academy through services and outreach, and educational cultural and philanthropic endeavors;
  • Broaden our own awareness of the diverse cultures within society, and specifically, within the Columbus Academy community; and
  • Share our diverse cultures and experiences among ourselves and our children, and with the larger Columbus Academy community.

This is done through services and outreach, and educational cultural and philanthropic endeavors. MOSAIC often hosts discussion forums and activities that promote understanding and community building. MOSAIC is also involved in helping plan school events for MLK Day and Black History Month.

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