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In Chapter 5 of 20 in her 2009 Capture Your Flag interview, Peer Health Exchange (PHE) co-founder Louise Davis studies history, specifically American Race Issues at Yale University, to better learn the context and patterns underlying socioeconomic and racial issues driving classroom and community inequality. Davis complements classroom experience with on-the-ground work in New Haven, Connecticut schools. Combined, these two efforts motivate Davis to start PHE and train college students to teach high school students health education and decision-making skills.

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