Sunday, October 23, 2016
  • Friday, May. 10, 2002
School Choir Sings Out For Equal Rights

A choir of clean-cut youngsters stands on a tiny high school auditorium stage, flanked by a U.S. flag and an accompanist at an upright piano. This slice of Americana would do Norman Rockwell proud. A cross-section of our country's youth—boys and girls from different ethnic backgrounds—begins...

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