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This L.A. district is 80% non-white, but both school board candidates are white

Maria Villatoro had a few things on her checklist that would sway her vote for her kids’ new school board member: They should make the superintendent work harder, visit schools in her southeast Los Angeles neighborhood more often — and preferably, be a Latina, who might better understand the needs…


Source: Los Angeles Times

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