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There’s a gap between ideas parents associate with Critical Race Theory and what scholars say it actually is. Teachers say they don’t teach the theory, but it can be a tool for educators to address disparities between students.
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How we choose to dress — and how we’re told to dress — reveals a lot about who has the power in society. In his new book, author Richard Thompson Ford examines the history of how we dress and how clothing affects individuals and society — for the good and the bad.

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This summer, KUER producer Benjamin Bombard is traveling around Utah looking for places that are…extra. Extreme. His first mission: to find the darkest place — above ground — in the state. He just might have found it among the redrock spires of Kodachrome State Park.

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