‘A Dream Without Action Is Sleep’

MLK Day Speaker Advocates For Minority Educaton

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Posted: January 21, 2014

Capital Preparatory Magnet School founder Steve Perry speaks at James Madison University’s formal MLK Day event, “The Strength of a Dream Still Leads the Way” on Monday in Wilson Hall. Capital Prep has sent 100 percent of its predominantly low-income, minority high school graduates to four-year colleges every year since its first class in 2006. (Photo by Jason Lenhart / DN-R)

HARRISONBURG — Decades after Martin Luther King Jr. died for his fight for equality, educational opportunity is still far from equal in the United States.

Although schools are no longer legally...



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