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Subsequently, the attention to the inequitable distribution of resources to support the schooling of Black children and the related prevalence of poor facilities and materials when compared to schools servicing Whites has been well documented. Thus it is not the memory of inequality that is incorrect, but rather it is the evidence afﬁrming that vantage point alone that is incomplete (Walker, 1996). Examples of stellar schools of the James Adams Community School (JACS) ilk have been documented in the work of Vanessa Siddle Walker (1996), Jerome Morris (2004, 2008), James Anderson (1988), and others.
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