Schools of Hope

How Julius Rosenwald Helped Change African American Education
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In early twentieth-century America, at a time of rampant segregation, one man made it possible for African American children in the South to receive a quality education by funding the building of schools throughout the deep South with one major stipulation, each community had to raise enough money to match his gift.

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