A group of concerned citizens attend an NAACP Parental Involvement Summit at the Columbus Public Library on Macon Road. The panelists were, from left to right, Marshal Greg Countryman, Project Rebound Director J. Aleem Hud, People’s Party for Independence Member Trell X, Columbus Times Publisher Petra Gertjegerdes and Muscogee County School District Superintendent David Lewis.
A group of concerned citizens attend an NAACP Parental Involvement Summit at the Columbus Public Library on Macon Road. The panelists were, from left to right, Marshal Greg Countryman, Project Rebound Director J. Aleem Hud, People’s Party for Independence Member Trell X, Columbus Times Publisher Petra Gertjegerdes and Muscogee County School District Superintendent David Lewis. Alva James-Johnson ajjohnson@ledger-enquirer.com
A group of concerned citizens attend an NAACP Parental Involvement Summit at the Columbus Public Library on Macon Road. The panelists were, from left to right, Marshal Greg Countryman, Project Rebound Director J. Aleem Hud, People’s Party for Independence Member Trell X, Columbus Times Publisher Petra Gertjegerdes and Muscogee County School District Superintendent David Lewis. Alva James-Johnson ajjohnson@ledger-enquirer.com

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