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Southern Echo – The Hampton Plan History

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The Hampton Plan History is a one-page timeline that explains how the education system designed a strategic plan in 1868 to create the Achievement Gap in Southern states as the intended consequence of conscious policies. The timeline allows the reader to visualize how the Hampton Plan was part of the process to subvert the constitutional right of black freedom in order to create second class citizenship.

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