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Over the last few episodes we've talked about how systemic racism affects children of color and blocks them from receiving an adequate education. So in this episode we decided to uplift an activist working on the ground to provide a better learning environment for her children and community. Hilda is part of Familias Unidas de Chamizal, a group trying to save the school in an underserved area of El Paso, Texas. For more information on the group, follow them here: https://www.facebook.com/comitedefamiliasunidas/ *** For resources about this episode or past episodes, go here: bitterbrownfemmespodcast.com *** To book us for a live recording, reach us here: bitterbrownfemmespodcast.com/bookings *** Support this podcast at patreon.com/BitterBrownFemmes and get longer episodes among other dope rewards! 
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