March 10th - 7:30PM
Schools in the Boston area are as segregated as they were decades ago. Why does racial segregation persist? How is it harming our children, of all backgrounds? What solutions from other regions can we learn from? METCO, Inc. and Families Organizing for Racial Justice invite you to a discussion of racism, education, and activism.
Moderator: Charlene Beh, Newton Public Schools
Needham Diversity Initiative; IES Abroad
Wellesley High School junior; METCO student
Boston Globe; author of "Massachusetts' public schools are highly segregated. It's time we treated that like the crisis it is"
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