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Broward County Library presents an exploration of the humanities and its benefits in informing educational systems with Dr. Charlene Desir. Dr. Desir explores the importance of ensuring quality education and equitable access to resources for all and inform educational practices, curriculum development, and equity in access to education to create more inclusive and effective educational systems. Dr. Charlene Desir is a professor at Nova Southeastern University's Abraham S. Fischler College