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dc.contributor.authorTanikawa, Shino-
dc.description.abstractThis article shares an inspiring story of how an open heart can become a bridge between cultures and a powerful space for reimagining structures of oppression. In this beautifully written narrative exposition, Tanikawa speaks to what it means to be woke, working for integration, and Asian in a world of privilege, power, and paradox.en
dc.publisherMetropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schoolsen
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dc.titleReclaiming My Humanity: How I Became A School Integration Advocateen
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