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“We’ve seen too many cases where students tell trusted teachers or administrators that they’ve been abused and end up suspended or expelled [...] And public reporting suggests survivors of color are particularly likely to be punished in this way.” -@Public_Justice's @azbrodksy pic.twitter.com/xVR7xLV2oP

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