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Brilynn Dawson

“I definitely feel like an outsider. I mean sometimes I feel cool being black, because I am the only different person in the class. I am the one black person out of all these white people. I mean it’s hard though. It was definitely hard moving here. My mom didn’t tell me at all what kind of district or what type of community we would be living in. It was definitely a slap in the face and I feel like I’ve changed completely being here,” junior Brilynn Dawson expressed who moved to Libertyville in 6th grade from North Chicago.

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