Long before the city held dialogues about race, Stacy Amaral knew how to break down barriers.
Amaral, a longtime teacher in Worcester Public Schools, understood the power of shared experiences. They bridge cultural and racial gaps, make a connection, “normalize” other people.
This understanding, and her natural curiosity about people from different places and different backgrounds, made her want to learn other’s stories and share them with the world.
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