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IMG_5667.JPG Three people, l-r, a Black woman with black hair wearing glasses, next to another Black woman with white hair, next to a Black man, wearing glasses, as he looks at them to his right.
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Parents of the targeted children say the letter informing others in the district about the racial bullying lacked harsh truths that need to be told.
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