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Racism, discrimination and the right to education

Write about the discrimination against African American about their right to education today. In addition, How can we come together, have a national dialogue, reach some level of understanding from each side of the issue, and ultimately try to heal our nation of the poison that is racism? Is racial reconciliation possible?
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