/ Modified apr 10, 2019 4:40 p.m.

Memory Lane

Barbara Lewis shares stories and recollections about attending classes at the historic Dunbar School.

School segregation is a difficult chapter in the nation's history, and while it left a painful wound in many lives, many African-American children were able to persevere and thrive. Barbara Lewis shares her stories and recollections about attending classes in the historic Dunbar building from 1942 to 1950.

Producer: Tony Paniagua
Videographer: Bob Lindberg, Gage Judd

Aerial Photography: Mike McKisson
Editor: Bob Lindberg

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