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Senior Keegan Anderson holds his mellophone during a practice. He didn’t think much about prejudice or racism growing up. He said some people in Paoli don’t even think it still exists. Keegan first learned about the white nationalists in Paoli by scrolling through Twitter and seeing a tweet from J.K. Rowling mentioning Paoli and its white nationalists. “This isn’t who we are,” he thought. Emily Berryman

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Senior Keegan Anderson holds his mellophone during a practice. He didn’t think much about prejudice or racism growing up. He said some people in Paoli don’t even think it still exists. Keegan first learned about the white nationalists in Paoli by scrolling through Twitter and seeing a tweet from J.K. Rowling mentioning Paoli and its white nationalists. “This isn’t who we are,” he thought.


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