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Black valedictorian banned from speaking at graduation: 'You couldn't break me'
Jaisaan Lovett, the first black valedictorian at University Preparatory Charter School for Young Men in Rochester, N.Y., was not permitted to speak at his graduation on June 22. Thanks to Mayor Lovely Warren (D-N.Y.), he was still able to read his speech.
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