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Amherst Vigil Supports Black Math Teacher

Amherst Vigil Supports Black Math Teacher

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(Amherst, MA)  —  Students, parents and teachers are rallying around Amherst High School math teacher Carolyn Gardner.  Monday around 200 people held a vigil for the African-American teacher who’s been the target of racist graffiti.  Gardner says she fears for her physical safety and has been taking a leave of absence.

Photo courtesy of Daily Hampshire Gazette

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