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Sowing the Seeds of Equity


After Charlottesville
Finding Strength, Moving Forward
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The Life of a Legend

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TOLERANCE ISSUE 58 | SPRING 2018
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Teaching
Hard History
It’s more important than ever to teach
about American slavery. Our new
framework can show you how.

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This quote is drawn from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Letter From a Birmingham Jail.” Written as a response to local
clergy’s “call for unity” during the protests of 1963, the letter’s defense of nonviolent resistance and its insistence
on justice for all have made it a foundational text of both the civil rights movement and history classrooms.

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