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Can we repair a divided America? Every week, this open classroom is taking on the topic.

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In a classroom setting that is available online to a universal audience, more than three dozen Northeastern students have taken on the polarizing issues of racism, anti-Semitism, and the rule of law in this age of misinformation and tumult.

It’s part of the ongoing Myra Kraft Open Classroom series that is focused on a provocative theme this semester: “Repairing a Divided America: Race, Hate Crimes, and Reconciliation.”

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