How a Community Play Inspired Sacramento Schools to Tackle Discriminatory Discipline Issues

Huffington Post

ZERO, an innovative play in which White threw out questions to the audience between acts, distills the real stories and the real emotions behind the numbers in Sacramento. It reveals the indiscriminate use of suspensions from the points of view of African-American student James (the main character, ZERO), his teacher, his counselor, his principal, his parent, a bully, his girlfriend, and his father, who's been in prison. The play is part of the program, Talk It Out: A Community Conversation to Fix School Discipline


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