Noon Wednesday: Mentorship Over Protest

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Noon Wednesday: Mentorship Over Protest

By Marisa Wojcik | Here & Now

June 17, 2020 • West Central Region

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For some, taking to the streets in protest is how to be heard when it comes to race equity. For Dennis Beale, it's about mentorship and relationship building. He recently founded Power of Perception, partnering with the Eau Claire Area School District to create opportunities for African-American and biracial youth.


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