“Ms. Judd! Ms. Judd!” then second-grader Travion Hayes, 7, and other children called out to Y.E. Smith Principal Letisha Judd during a walking tour held last year by the East Durham Children's Initiative, one of several anti-poverty programs targeting the city’s poorest neighborhoods.
“Ms. Judd! Ms. Judd!” then second-grader Travion Hayes, 7, and other children called out to Y.E. Smith Principal Letisha Judd during a walking tour held last year by the East Durham Children's Initiative, one of several anti-poverty programs targeting the city’s poorest neighborhoods. mschultz@newsobserver.com
“Ms. Judd! Ms. Judd!” then second-grader Travion Hayes, 7, and other children called out to Y.E. Smith Principal Letisha Judd during a walking tour held last year by the East Durham Children's Initiative, one of several anti-poverty programs targeting the city’s poorest neighborhoods. mschultz@newsobserver.com

Poverty fight will be a long haul

December 29, 2014 12:00 AM