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Pitt’s School of Education hosted a virtual forum Wednesday evening featuring community leaders and a discussion about current organizing work and future justice goals. At the end, Nicholas Anglin, one of the founders of Black, Young & Educated, spoke about encouraging sustainable action and community education to address racial inequalities and issues within cities like Pittsburgh.

Black community leaders discuss youth organizing, Black Lives Matter in education

By Maura Scrabis, Staff Writer February 5, 2021
As one of the first events of Black History Month, Pitt’s School of Education hosted a virtual forum Wednesday evening featuring Black community leaders and a discussion about current organizing work and future goals.
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