Ralph Bunche History Entered Into Congressional Record
The Free Lance–Star published an article depicting Rep. Rob Wittman’s recent entry of Ralph Bunche High School’s history into the U.S. Congressional Record. The article begins:
The Ralph Bunche Alumni Association is praising what its president, Claudette Jordon, describes as a “phenomenal and monumental endeavor” to preserve the school’s legacy of racial and educational equality.
Rep. Rob Wittman, R–1st District, recently entered remarks into the U.S. Congressional Record about the history of Ralph Bunche High School in King George County. Wittman had attended a Founder’s Day event in King George last fall, to kick off what was supposed to be a year-long celebration of the county’s 300th anniversary..
Cathy Dyson, the author of the article, did a wonderful job of conveying the important parts of the story. You can read the full article at the link below.
The Free Lance-Star: Ralph Bunche History Entered Into Congressional Record
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