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American Education and the Changing Same

Black Parents Such as Myself Know Change Must Come

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Unlike many white people (and some white parents), very loud these days all across America, in quasi-outrage over the 1619 Project and Critical Race Theory, Black people rarely, if ever, get their way on education. Black parents especially.

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