June 21, 2015
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Nekima Levy-Pounds was recently elected as the president of Minneapolis’ NAACP. A fierce advocate for justice, and a supportive critic of school reform, she embodies a hopeful “third way” approach to education activism. We talk to her about how focus on schools fit into a broader justice agenda, and how her leadership will differ from other emerging leaders.

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