Sunday, September 23, 2007

The Jena 6

John Edwards probably said it best:

"When a ‘white tree’ stands outside a public school, marking a place where white students sit but black students are not welcome, there is something so wrong that the right words are hard to find. When children have learned to intimidate each other with age-old, hateful symbols of racial terror, we are reminded that we cannot take progress for granted."

Read this detailed description of how this all has gone down.

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