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  • Confronting race and stereotypes in Wake schools

    Enloe High School drama students performed excerpts of a student-written play dealing with issues such as race and stereotypes at Tuesday's Wake County school board meeting.

Enloe High School drama students performed excerpts of a student-written play dealing with issues such as race and stereotypes at Tuesday's Wake County school board meeting. Keung Hui khui@newsobserver.com
Enloe High School drama students performed excerpts of a student-written play dealing with issues such as race and stereotypes at Tuesday's Wake County school board meeting. Keung Hui khui@newsobserver.com

Enloe High School play talks about racism, sexism and white privilege

May 18, 2017 10:27 AM