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  • Fact-checking fitness influencers

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Saving Manhattan’s last ‘Colored’ school | Hidden Histories

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New Yorkers have been trying to landmark Colored School No. 4, the last known “colored” school in Manhattan, for four years. It was built in the 1850s and comes from the same education system lineage as the African Free School. Locals think the building represents more than just a school from another time and are pushing to save it.