Morrisville Police Chief Patrice Andrews led the Pledge of Allegiance at the Sept. 18 Durham City Council meeting. Her father, Henry Vickers, and six other African-American students were the first to desegregate Durham schools in 1959.
Morrisville Police Chief Patrice Andrews led the Pledge of Allegiance at the Sept. 18 Durham City Council meeting. Her father, Henry Vickers, and six other African-American students were the first to desegregate Durham schools in 1959.
Morrisville Police Chief Patrice Andrews led the Pledge of Allegiance at the Sept. 18 Durham City Council meeting. Her father, Henry Vickers, and six other African-American students were the first to desegregate Durham schools in 1959.

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