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Abigail Martin




Racial justice, School reform, Curriculum assessment



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On October 19, 2020, as part of the CMJ Fall 2020 Colloquium, Laura Rickard and the Department of Communication and Journalism here at the University of Maine held “Dialoguing About Race,” a lecture about race and the classroom. This lecture featured three women with inspiring backgrounds: Jaquel Eley, Amber Kennedy and Lauren Babb.


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Department of Communication and Journalism lecture discusses how to foster dialogues around race in the classroom



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