Jun 21, 2015

The Board of the Network For Public Education Expresses Profound Grief in the Wake of Charleston Shootings – The Network For Public Education

We mourn for the victims and their families, and we mourn for the black community of Charleston, and we mourn for America, what it should be, what it is not. And we pray, as Rev. Pinckney would have, for peace, love, justice, and reconciliation. Peace for the families; reconciliation for the communities, black and white; love for all who stand together against violence; justice for the killer...

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