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Marilyn Kai Jewett was one of the students who marched on the School District Building the day Rizzo and his cops beat us down during a peaceful protest. I was in the 9th grade at Harding Jr. High School. They padlocked the doors and tried to lock us in the school, but a group of us broke out and walked halfway there from Torresdale and Wakeling. We were threatened with suspension but were determined to get there by hook or crook.  If you were there too, pass this on.  It wasn't about infusion back then. We just wanted to learn Black history and be treated with dignity and respect. below is a commentary I wrote that was published in the Daily News when they finally agreed to infusion back in 2003? Of course, I was attacked by the racists, but I don't care. The truth is the truth.
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