Clovis Unified officials and parents discussed on Wednesday how the district will address racial tension in schools.
Clovis Unified officials and parents discussed on Wednesday how the district will address racial tension in schools. Brianna Calix/bcalix@frensobee.com Fresno Bee
Clovis Unified officials and parents discussed on Wednesday how the district will address racial tension in schools. Brianna Calix/bcalix@frensobee.com Fresno Bee

Clovis Unified shares first steps to combat racism in schools

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