12-10-2016  10:07 pm      •     

Lacy Steele, Seattle NAACP president emeritus, asks Robert Vaughn, director of advanced learning for Seattle Public Schools a question about a program at the Martin Luther King Jr. Rally and Work Shop for Public Education Oct. 6 at Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center.  The event, which was sponsored by the NAACP, was designed to provide information to parents, teaches and students with access to information that will help to improve the quality of public education.

 

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