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MEMORIES OF THE MARCH

LaVon Bracy Fights For Her Rights

  • Aired: 08/26/2013
  • Rating: NR
When her father sued Alachua County Public Schools to end desegregation, he also offered his own daughter to attend all-white Gainesville High School. LaVon Bracy, now living in Orlando, Fla., remembers the abuse she suffered from so many students and administrators – but she wouldn’t give up the fight to end segregation in public schools, even when it meant putting her own life at risk.
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LaVon Bracy reflects on being the first black student to graduate from Gainesville H.S.
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