One way to fight prejudice

Screen Shot 2016-02-10 at 11.58.40 AMSunday Feb 13, 1944

According to The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, public schools are taking a hard line on racial and religious prejudice. In Brooklyn, students who engage in anti-racial or anti-Semitic activity may be barred from receiving graduation diplomas. This is a heartening development. More good news: The Allied Command says victory in Rome Battle is assured and the Russians have entered the Luga suburbs. Meanwhile, the Boro is still digging its way out of the biggest snowfall in 3 years (p.3). Over 2, 000 municipal works worked all day yesterday on Lincoln’s birthday and are still not done. It’s a good day for my grandmother to keep busy indoors while my older cousins make snow angels outside.

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