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by Tania D. Mitchell and David M. Donahue

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Title:[Article in book: The Future of Service Learning] Paying Attention to the Reflections of Students of Color in Service-Learning
Authors:Tania D. Mitchell and David M. Donahue
Info:The Future of Service-Learning: New Solutions for Sustaining and Improving Practice
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