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Asheville’s Reparations Plan Must Prioritize Educational Justice

The initiative is off to a great start, but we must address the educational gap to ensure success and understanding for Black children

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Co-authored by Agya Boakye-Boaten

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Tiece M. Ruffin, Ph. D., is an Associate Professor of Africana Studies and Education at the University of North Caroliona Asheville. https://www.unca.edu/person

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