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Black History Month, Week 4: Tell Stories, Hear Stories, Find More Stories

Each Friday this month, I'm posting some ideas, folks to follow, and blog pieces about Black history, the work Black teachers are doing and how they are engaging in this month with their students.


With more kids like Marley coming up in the world, I am hopeful. 


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