Black History Month in April? YES! In addition to delving into our history, FLTV producers report on NYC students protesting the closing of their schools by the DOE, show solidarity by attending a vigil for a slain student at Banana Kelly High School, and review the new film “The Interrupters,” all in preparation for our Peace Fair on May 17. And, of course, we catch up with our Panther Softball and Baseball teams.

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Comments
  1. Chrissy says:

    Another great segment! You touched on very important issues that everyone worldwide should be paying attention to. Thank you for bringing them to Fannie Lou!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Great episode, love previews of the softball and Baseball team.
    Best,
    Jeff

  3. Lauren Fardig says:

    I can’t see the video and am a teacher at Banana Kelly who would like to share it with my students! Help!

  4. Anonymous says:

    i really feel bad for that school i think they should just keep the school how it suppose to be and not change anything. Also, for the black history; Chasity you did an amazing job truly i really don’t know half the people you was talking about and the pictures you was showing i really want to know who was those people and what did they do for this community. Best wishes to Banana Kelly hope they doing good. Panthers!!!! do yeah best next year i want to see good scores and Fannie Lou Hamer Baseball Teams in the Finals no slacking at all!! 🙂 Good Luck Fannie Lou Best wishes to all.

    — Jasmine Gomez graduate from Fannie Lou Hamer Freedom High School

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