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My Daughter Has Autism and She Isn’t Just Learning Black History, She’s Ready to Teach It

My Daughter Has Autism and She Isn’t Just Learning Black History, She’s Ready to Teach It

Almost everyone in my family is a quick talker and quick answer-er. In fact, we hardly ever have a family discussion where people can complete… More

When Cops Outweigh Counselors, Schools Set Students Up to Fail

When Cops Outweigh Counselors, Schools Set Students Up to Fail

Black Lives Matter. This statement has sparked inspiration, fear and anger across this nation, but this has always been the message that Black people in… More

Lakisha Young Talks About How Oakland Is Tackling the Reading Crisis

Lakisha Young Talks About How Oakland Is Tackling the Reading Crisis

Lakisha Young is the executive director of The Oakland REACH. Her work began through witnessing the disparities faced by Black and Brown students, including members… More

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