It’s up to the community to take action, says local leader

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WHITINGHAM - In the wake of a complaint filed by the ACLU of Vermont, which alleges that Twin Valley Middle High School failed to protect a Black student who was the target of racist bullying, local leader Curtiss Reed Jr. says it is on the community to take an active role in forging change with regard to equity and racism, particularly in the context of schools.

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