A Conversation with Faraji Hannah-Jones
|Publisher:||Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools|
|Abstract:||This conversation provides a glimpse into the life of a parent advocate who promotes integration, starting with the choice he and his wife made concerning where to send their daughter to school. From Faraji Hannah-Jones’s perspective integration is about family, history, and the ongoing struggle to achieve racial equity in education.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Volume 49 Issue 1|
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