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NAACP wants community to speak out

NAACP wants community to speak out


POSTED: May 10, 2017 3:00 p.m.

NAACP wants community to speak out

Group aims to help solve BoE issues

“I’m telling the community you better not be silent,” NAACP Liberty Branch President Graylan Quarterman told a mass meeting Sunday at the Performing Arts Center.  Quarterman said, adding ”we will come Tuesday,” referring to the board of education’s scheduled May 11 meeting where he planned a presentation.


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