COLUMBIA – About 30 people gathered at St. Luke United Methodist Church for the first meeting of the Black Parents Association of Columbia Public Schools on Thursday night. Nathan Stephens, a founding member, organized the meeting to help provide a platform for parents' voices and opinions to be heard.
Black Parents Association launches with goal of improving education
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