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Seeing the parallels between the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s'-'60s and the movement today (2014-...) and the reason for each, gives us reason to believe that policy alone will never solve America's issues revolving around ethnicity (the idea of race). Education focused on civility, culture, and respecting people regardless of how they look or where they come from, will do more to eradicate our long-standing affairs, encompassing our nation's makeup, and allow us to focus on new challenges ...more
Dora Pantell was born Dora Fuchs on December 25, 1915 in New York City. She earned a bachelor's degree from Hunter College in 1931, and a master's degree from Columbia University in 1933. Pantell has taught in New York City public schools, and at the college level. She also has experience teaching English as a second language. She's been employed as a social worker, and as a writer of publicity an ...moreMore about Dora F. Pantell...