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    By Dianne Anderson Segregation is not some awful signpost of the distant past. It’s on the playgrounds, it’s in the lunchrooms and follows kids throughout the middle and high school years. Even when students are close neighbors, they are not necessarily positively sharing their experiences and cultures. On Saturday, January 25, the California Conference for ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Racism: It’s that never-ending conversation that raises blood pressure and long-simmering hostilities over the top. And, if that dialogue seems intense for adults, it’s all the more emotionally charged for the kids. In 2007, Jamaica Carter was a tenth grader attending her first camp for cross-cultural dialogue. It had such a profound ...