How schools can address their community’s deep trauma

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“The benefit of having a community-centered school dedicated to addressing more than just students’ academic needs came into sharp focus in April 2021.

That’s when a young Black man, Daunte Wright, was killed by a white police officer during a traffic stop in Brooklyn Center. Wright’s death brought more trauma to a community that was already reeling from racial strife, particularly after the 2020 murder of George Floyd in nearby Minneapolis.

Thanks to the existing full-service model, Goyah recalls, Brooklyn Center school staff members and supporters were able to swiftly jump into action on behalf of community members who were struggling with Wright’s killing and the unrest that followed.”

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