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It’s 2021. Why do I still have to convince people in power that Black stories are worthy of being taught?
States want to prevent schools from telling the truth about racism in America. Here’s what educators can do about it.
It’s not enough to quote Martin Luther King Jr. and point to stories of Black success.
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Asian American young people need places to express our outrage.
I didn’t learn about Asian American history in high school. We can’t fail another generation of students.
With little sense of the past, I grappled with my identity.