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Yes, Preschool Teachers Really Do Treat Black And White Children Totally Differently

When Tunette Powell’s 4-year-old son first got suspended from his preschool class in 2014, she assumed that she needed to be doing something different as a parent. She had already worked hard to enrich her children’s lives, but she challenged herself to be better. The second time her son JJ got suspended, Powell began to think that maybe it was “just the fate” of her child.
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