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    Social Justice Education Has Lasting Impact on Black Students

    Education on social justice — teaching that tackles economic inequality, racism, and civics — has a radical and long-term impact, especially on black students’ lives, a recent study finds. Segregation gaps in classrooms are getting wider, but some schools have created social justice curricula to tackle silence about inequality. And it’s shaping the future, researchers say: Black students who have access to school-sponsored literature and conversations about race, capital punishment, and class are more likely to pursue careers in activism and politics.

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