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The Des Moines Public Library and African American Museum of Iowa are linking together to host a panel discussion on Wednesday, Nov. 16 from 6-7:30 p.m. called “SUSPENDED: Systemic Oppression in Schools.”

Panelists will discuss the impact of federal educational policies on local education systems and the current “restorative justice” efforts in Des Moines.

The panel will be moderated by Dwana Bradley, the executive director of The Des Moines Urban Experience and is chair of the Des Moines Public School Board. The event will also feature administrators, educators, students and community advocate experts from Des Moines Public Schools, the Youth Law Center and Drake University.


  1. If this will encourage more parents to get their kids out of the failing, government propaganda centers (sometimes called schools), then I’m all for it. The sooner the government school system fails, the better it will be for education in America.


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