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Local students leading discussion on change, social issues (access required)

“You only understand people if you feel them in yourself.” — John Steinbeck When faced with racism, a non-racist stays silent. Anti-racists, because they feel the inflicted inhumanity themselves, call people up (not out) to model mutual respect and human dignity. This concept was explored by 180 Monroe County students in January 2016 with the Gateway2Change students ...
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