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dc.contributor.authorGarcia, Paloma-
dc.description.abstractThis conversation explores what it means to be a youth activist in the struggle for education equity. Hebh Jamal gives an honest assessment of her experience being a student in a predominantly white, high-achieving school where Black young men were virtually absent. She shares how she came to rally other youth to advocate for integration and how that moment became a movement in New York City.en
dc.publisherMetropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schoolsen
dc.rightsWritten submissions to VUE are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Permission for use should be obtained from the authors who hold the copyright. Student artwork is not under an open license unless otherwise specified and remains the copyright of the creator.en
dc.titleA Conversation with Hebh Jamalen
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