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"'Both black and white students lost an opportunity because of the state’s decision, and both deserve this aid,' said Brenda Edwards, who administers the Brown v. Board of Education Scholarships for the Virginia Division of Legislative Services. 'White people hear Brown v. Board, and they think they’re not eligible. We’re trying to change that perception. . . . We want more people to get the education they missed out on years ago.'”
"Phyllis Archer, 57, a scholarship recipient who is black, said the push to include white students in the program is misguided. 'This was the state’s chance to apologize for wrongdoing, not to award people who have never known racism,' Archer said."