Published on 5 Aug 2020, 22:43
Among the many things the pandemic has exposed have been the deep social and racial inequities that run through the United States. Add to that the recent high-profile killings of Black Americans by police officers or vigilantes, and the calls to address systemic racism have grown louder. So what better place to learn those lessons than in school? Cristina Quinn reports.
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