I often wonder what we have learned.
We often say history always repeats itself. History can only repeat itself if we don’t learn from the first time.
Jayda Jackson, 16, a Sandusky High School student who says she endured racial discrimination from students and teachers alike at Bellevue Schools, shared her story Monday on "Between the Lines."
Sandusky NAACP president Jim Jackson joined Jayda for a portion of her interview.
But do they? Increasingly more evidence suggests that they actually do.
The most commendable gift for special needs students from the area (during Victory Day in Huron) was an overwhelming jubilation given from the hearts of the Huron and St. Mary football teams, cheerleaders and band members.
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