Maddie Liggett, center, and other protesters get up and shout 'hey, hey, ho, ho, resegregation has to go' after the Wake County school board voted Tuesday to end the County's diversity based assignment policy. PHOTOS BY ETHAN HYMAN - ehyman@newsobserver.com
Maddie Liggett, center, and other protesters get up and shout 'hey, hey, ho, ho, resegregation has to go' after the Wake County school board voted Tuesday to end the County's diversity based assignment policy. PHOTOS BY ETHAN HYMAN - ehyman@newsobserver.com Ethan Hyman ETHAN HYMAN - ehyman@newsobserve
Maddie Liggett, center, and other protesters get up and shout 'hey, hey, ho, ho, resegregation has to go' after the Wake County school board voted Tuesday to end the County's diversity based assignment policy. PHOTOS BY ETHAN HYMAN - ehyman@newsobserver.com Ethan Hyman ETHAN HYMAN - ehyman@newsobserve
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