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‘Brotherhood’ breaking down barriers to college

Inaugural "Annual Lunch with the Superintendent"

Lynn School Committee member Michael Satterwhite, center, speaks with Lynn Classical senior Jesus Paula Cabral, left, and Junior Class President Bolaji Odusanya during Lunch with the Superintendent on Wednesday.

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Inaugural "Annual Lunch with the Superintendent"

Lynn Classical seniors Malcolm Best, left, and Jonathan Fernandez enjoy Lunch with the Superintendent.

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Inaugural "Annual Lunch with the Superintendent"

Lynn Classical students from the 100 Black Males to College group dig into the food for Lunch with the Superintendent on Wednesday.

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Inaugural "Annual Lunch with the Superintendent"

Lynn Superintendent of Schools Dr. Patrick Tutwiler addresses Lynn Classical students in the 100 Black Males to College group during Lunch with the Superintendent on Wednesday.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Inaugural "Annual Lunch with the Superintendent"

Lynn Superintendent of Schools Dr. Patrick Tutwiler, center, speaks with Lynn Classical students in the 100 Black Males to College group during Lunch with the Superintendent on Wednesday.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Inaugural "Annual Lunch with the Superintendent"

Lynn Superintendent of Schools Dr. Patrick Tutwiler, center, speaks with Lynn Classical students in the 100 Black Males to College group during Lunch with the Superintendent on Wednesday.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Inaugural "Annual Lunch with the Superintendent"

Lynn Classical seniors Malcolm Best, left, and Jonathan Fernandez enjoy Lunch with the Superintendent.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Inaugural "Annual Lunch with the Superintendent"

Junior Class President Bolaji Odusanya greets Superintendent Dr. Patrick Tutwiler before Lunch with the Superintendent.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Inaugural "Annual Lunch with the Superintendent"

Lynn Superintendent of Schools Dr. Patrick Tutwiler addresses Lynn Classical students in the 100 Black Males to College group during Lunch with the Superintendent on Wednesday.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Inaugural "Annual Lunch with the Superintendent"

Lynn Superintendent of Schools Dr. Patrick Tutwiler addresses Lynn Classical students in the 100 Black Males to College group during Lunch with the Superintendent on Wednesday.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Inaugural "Annual Lunch with the Superintendent"

Lynn Classical students from the 100 Black Males to College group dig into the food for Lunch with the Superintendent on Wednesday.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Inaugural "Annual Lunch with the Superintendent"

Lynn Superintendent of Schools Dr. Patrick Tutwiler addresses Lynn Classical students in the 100 Black Males to College group during Lunch with the Superintendent on Wednesday.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Inaugural "Annual Lunch with the Superintendent"

Lynn Classical junior Fernando Gomez, right, and senior Nashaun Butler joke around as they fill their plates during Lunch with the Superintendent.

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LYNN — Male students of color say the barriers prohibiting them from going to college continue to get in their way, so educational institutions across the city are working together to change that. Lynn Public Schools, the Lynn YMCA, North Shore Community College, and Salem State University are combining efforts to remove those barriers, according…

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