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KERSHAW – Black children still struggle for equal educational opportunity in South Carolina, said Dr. Lonnie Randolph Jr., president of the NAACP’s State Conference, at the Kershaw NAACP’s annual banquet Saturday night.
Randolph recalled his last visit to Kershaw for the NAACP’s banquet two years ago.
“The same struggles we had in 2006, we still have today,” he said.
Randolph discussed the education equality lawsuit that has been in the court system for 15 years. He said the General Assembly has spent millions to fight it.
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