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Separate, but more than equal on the basketball court
Thursday, March 5, 2015
DURHAM – Fifty years ago this month, four Triangle all-black high schools accomplished something that forever etched their names in the state record books. In 1965m Durham’s Little River, Merrick-Moore and Hillside high schools, and Wake County’s Berry O’Kelly High swept the four state basketball championships in the N.C. High
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