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Saved by black alumni for black students under black leadership, a school owned and run by native New Orleanians is an anomaly in the post-Katrina landscape, where outsiders — non-New Orleanians — dominate the education reform efforts in the city. We, the collective we, stepped up and saved ourselves; an aspect that makes this victory all the sweeter.

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