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El-Mekki: Just 2% of U.S. Teachers Are Black Males, but at National Convening We Come Together as a Powerful Force for Change

Founding members of The Fellowship — Black Male Educators for Social Justice, from left, Raymond Roy-Pace, Dr. William Hayes, Christopher McFadden, and Sterling Grimes, at the group’s national convening in October. (Nicole Pender-McFadden)

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