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Derrick Z. Jackson

Girls not allowed

Coed troops exemplify the work ethic, leadership and camaraderie of the Boy Scouts. So why aren’t they welcome at all levels of scouting?

2008 crew leader Tsekai English climbs at the Philmont Scout Ranch. 2008 crew leader Tsekai English climbs at the Philmont Scout Ranch. (Derrick Z. Jackson photos)
By Derrick Z. Jackson
Globe Columnist / August 7, 2010

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Coed troops exemplify the work ethic, leadership, and comradery of the Boy Scouts. So why aren’t they welcome at all levels of scouting? (Full article: 862 words)

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