Penn Manor High School student Sameeha Hossain says, “I just think race is an uncomfortable topic,” said Hossain, 16, a junior whose parents are from Bangladesh. “But we’re in a small group, so I think it’s easier to talk about. I think that’s the first step.” Seated in the background is Atlana Groff.
Penn Manor High School student Sameeha Hossain says, “I just think race is an uncomfortable topic,” said Hossain, 16, a junior whose parents are from Bangladesh. “But we’re in a small group, so I think it’s easier to talk about. I think that’s the first step.” Seated in the background is Atlana Groff. Blaine Shahan AP
Penn Manor High School student Sameeha Hossain says, “I just think race is an uncomfortable topic,” said Hossain, 16, a junior whose parents are from Bangladesh. “But we’re in a small group, so I think it’s easier to talk about. I think that’s the first step.” Seated in the background is Atlana Groff. Blaine Shahan AP

Some educators look to address race in the classroom

September 18, 2017 06:00 AM