"Black and brown men and women lying on the ground handcuffed are no different from slaves chained by the hands and feet," writes Henry J. Pankey, former Durham Public Schools principal of the year.
"Black and brown men and women lying on the ground handcuffed are no different from slaves chained by the hands and feet," writes Henry J. Pankey, former Durham Public Schools principal of the year.
"Black and brown men and women lying on the ground handcuffed are no different from slaves chained by the hands and feet," writes Henry J. Pankey, former Durham Public Schools principal of the year.

The past is present in black America -- Henry Pankey

July 13, 2018 05:41 PM