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Introduction: 64 Years Late

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“My mom didn’t work full time, so getting me into high school basically became her part-time job.”

— Zoe Markman, High School of American Studies

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On the 64th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision, we launch Season 2 with an introduction from Zoe and Sabrina into New York City's segregated high schools.Be sure to subscribe on your app of choice, sign up for our newsletter below, and follow @miseducationpod on social media.

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