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Members of the St. Paul teachers union voted Thursday to authorize a strike over a lack of progress in contract negotiations with the state’s second-largest school district. The St. Paul Federation of Educators said late Thursday night that two-thirds of its members voted and that 82 percent of voting members want to strike.
With the St. Paul teachers union voting yes for a strike, white privilege and political agendas have taken a front seat while children of color in Minnesota remain the most "gapped" educationally in the United States. Join cohosts Don Allen and Janell Hihi has they bring you the best in "Black Talk Radio" on Blog Talk Radio's "The Ron and Don Show" - Saturday morning at 9:30AM (CST). Phone lines will be open at (347) 426-3904.
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