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Uplifting Accurate and Inclusive Education

In the latest issue of Learning for Justice magazine, a Black Alabama teenager recounts the damage an education that is neither accurate nor inclusive has caused in her life. These LFJ resources provide insight into what happens when Black children, in particular, don’t see themselves reflected in school curriculum and when all children aren’t educated honestly, as well as some specific strategies that educators, caregivers and community members can use to ensure the mental health and well-being of our nation’s children.

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