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    Black bodies
    The history of Blacks in Maine is very much a story about Whiteness: its endurance, its entitlement, the ultimate disadvantage of its oneness. In 1790, Maine was 98 percent white. While the rest of the nation morphed and diversified into ever new incarnations of diversity, Maine has essentially stood still.
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    COA Connects: Bik Wheeler ’09, MPhil ’18
    College of the Atlantic alumnus Bik Wheeler, a wildlife biologist with Acadia National Park, reflects on relationships and moving through life as a human ecologist
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    How A Man Born Into Poverty In Nepal Inspired Thousands Of Children To Finish School [The Telegraph]
    Education pioneer Surya Karki ’16 has been working to transform Nepal’s school system since he was a student at College of the Atlantic, opening his first school in the country in 2015. Since that time, Karki and his charity, United World Schools Nepal, have launched 30 schools, with seven more on the way.