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Cry for freedom

May 10, 2013

Post & Mail photo / Brett Myers

Khale Rider, an eighth-grade student at Indian Springs Middle School, speaks at the “anti-slave rally” held by the school’s five U.S. History classes.

Students had the chance to speak in roles as abolitionists.

The event allowed students to study and learn more about slavery in the 1800s. See more photos in the May 10 issue of The Post and Mail.

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