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August 31st, 2013

New book chronicles America's first black public high school

Dunbar, a high school in in Washington D.C., produced students who went on to be pioneers, in spite of segregation in the area at the time. Now remodeled, the school is ready to welcome a new generation of students. TODAY's Erica Hill interviews author Alison Stewart.

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