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The Black List Project

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Set the tone in your classroom for achievement and for making productive life choices by introducing your students to The Black List Project, where they'll find interviews, films, profiles, and photographs of prominent of African Americans of various professions, disciplines, and backgrounds, whose stories and insights about black life are useful meditations on both the struggle to uphold the rights of all citizens in a democratic society as well as a celebration of African American culture.

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