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Improving Race Relations for Manchester High School

October 3, 2000

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Improving Race Relations for Manchester High School This is a nine-session discussion guide for students to engage in 90-minute discussions on issues around racism. The first session allows students to build trust by learning about each other's personal backgrounds and experiences related to race and ethnicity, setting the stage for them to explore family roots, stereotypes, racial tension, skin color, white privilege, segregation and, ultimately, ways to make their school better.

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