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By Black Radio Network Staff       

           NEW YORK - Thousands of mostly minority young people and their parents crowded the streets of Lower Manhattan today to demand greater financial support for charter schools which they claim is needed because of the poor quality of the City’s public schools.
           The demonstrators carried signs declaring “Great Schools Now” and “Don’t Steal Possible.”
           NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio has said he supports a better public education and sidestepped the Issue of more funding for charter schools which operate independently from the public school system.
 


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