2013 Discovery Awards Grand Prize Presentation

Photo 4 of 7 Renee Williams shares her own civil rights story Prince George, VA, October 10, 2013

Assistant Superintendent Renee Williams took part in civil rights history herself as one of the first students to desegregate Prince George County Schools. At the presentation, she tells the assembled students how moved she was to learn about journalist Wilson’s courage in Little Rock, Arkansas during that same period.

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