It’s a Friday morning at Community Roots Charter School in Brooklyn and fifth-grade students are giving presentations on topics like civil rights movement protests and school segregation. Parents gather around small groups of kids — whose skin colors span shades of ivory and tan and brown — to ask them about their projects and the ways in which these issues are still relevant today. One student, a fifth-grader, incredulously tel...

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