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Diversity doesn’t have to mean divisiveness

Diversity was a fact of life at my elementary school. Like most kids, I accepted it without much thought. Until, that is, I became the target of bullying that appeared to be racially charged.

My parents contacted school authorities, but at home we prayed. I’d learned in Christian

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