Sanyu Gichie and Tavon Bridges (at table) share information and perspectives about school suspensions and arrests in the Wake County Public School System at a Wendell-Wake County NAACP chapter forum at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Wendell, N.C., on Monday, April 4, 2016.
Sanyu Gichie and Tavon Bridges (at table) share information and perspectives about school suspensions and arrests in the Wake County Public School System at a Wendell-Wake County NAACP chapter forum at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Wendell, N.C., on Monday, April 4, 2016. Matt Goad mgoad@newsobserver.com
Sanyu Gichie and Tavon Bridges (at table) share information and perspectives about school suspensions and arrests in the Wake County Public School System at a Wendell-Wake County NAACP chapter forum at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Wendell, N.C., on Monday, April 4, 2016. Matt Goad mgoad@newsobserver.com
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