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A history of racism in America

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"The struggle against racism takes many forms: statues of Confederate heroes have been removed, Confederate-named schools have been renamed, and efforts to help minorities vote have been made. But despite these accomplishments in confronting racism, there is more work to be done. Removing statues and changing names are outward demonstrations of the fight against racism, but in the end, change must begin in the hearts of all Americans"--

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Gainesville Public Library - Silver Springs YA 305.800973 Blo (Text)
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