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After Charleston, Finding Hope in History

In the wake of Charleston and other Black deaths at the hands of police, it seems more important than ever that our kids learn civil rights history. Our children should know this history; not only because it helps to put recent events into context, but it also speaks to survival, hope and the courage of ordinary people, in particular, young people, to make change happen.

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