Letter From New York City

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additional sacrifices to reenroll the childrnin private school for the third grade,rnwhere she thrived anew.rnDuring the early 1990's, the citvrnplanned an Afrocentric Ujamaa Instituternrestricted to black (and Hispanic, i.e.,rnhonorary black) boys, and hiring exclusivelvrnblack men. The threat of a courtrnchallenge caused the Board to allow . . .

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