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Effective DEI education requires hard work, heart work (access required)

Over the past few years, publicized instances of discrimination in America have become an unfortunate, recurring theme in the news cycle and amongst communities, and it’s clear that there is no longer a way to fully protect adolescents from the realities of racial tensions, nor should we strive to.
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