Leona Tate, developers break ground on new civil rights center in old McDonogh 19 building

From left to right Leona Tate, Gail Etienne and Tessie Prevost climb the stairs of the former McDonogh 19 School, the same steps they climbed as little girls when they desegregated the school in 1960, as they take a tour of the building before a groundbreaking ceremony for the school that is now owned by the Leona Tate Foundation for Change and will be turned into an anti-racism center and affordable housing units. READ MORE.....

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