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Color and Character: West Charlotte High and the American Struggle over Educational Equality

At a time when race and inequality dominate national debates, the story of West Charlotte High School illuminates the possibilities and challenges of using racial and economic desegregation to foster educational equality. West Charlotte opened in 1938 as a segregated school that embodied the aspirations of the growing African American population of Charlotte, North Carolina. […]

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Education Leads To Freedom

There are many things in life that I care about, but there few things that I get passionate about enough to write about to people I don’t know. One of the things that I just cannot talk enough about is education. I believe that everyone who lives in the West needs to understand the absolute […]

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Tea: Origins, Flavors and Health Benefits

Here you can read about the difference between black tea, green tea, oolong tea and white tea. Individual health benefits are mentioned too. Keywords: tea,drink,drinks,food Article Body: How many times do we just want to drink tea after a heavy meal, but are then bombarded with all the various tea flavours that we get lost. […]

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Education Leads To Freedom

There are many things in life that I care about, but there few things that I get passionate about enough to write about to people I don’t know. One of the things that I just cannot talk enough about is education. I believe that everyone who lives in the West needs to understand the absolute […]

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West Seattle scene: 'Educational sleepout' by Seacrest

June 27, 2015 at 11:54 pm | In Seen around town, West Seattle news | 3 Comments Carolyn shared that photo via the WSB Facebook page and wondered what was happening; we just went over to find out. A dozen or so people are camped out on the sidewalk east of Seacrest for the second-to-last […]

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