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The one below is for a lesson by '97 fellows, John Day and Robert Hines.
To me, it underscores the importance of what y'all are doing and how valued
these lessons are in the education community. It joins several other
Fellows' lessons: From Jim Crow to Linda Brown, America Dreams, History
Thanks again for the dedication, energy, and thought that y'all put into
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