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A pitch of positivity for black males News
A pitch of positivity for black males
On Sept. 26, 2014, Marcus Campbell, assistant superintendent/principal, of Evanston addressed the crowd of nearly 400 students: “We’re here today because ... not that anything is wrong with being a black male. We’re here because of everything that’s right with being a black male.”
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