Emerson Lee Clay of Lexington stood to applause when he was recognized as a fabulous dancer during his days at the Kentucky School for the Deaf at a special graduation ceremony Wednesday in Danville for blacks who had been denied diplomas when they attended.
Emerson Lee Clay of Lexington stood to applause when he was recognized as a fabulous dancer during his days at the Kentucky School for the Deaf at a special graduation ceremony Wednesday in Danville for blacks who had been denied diplomas when they attended.
Emerson Lee Clay of Lexington stood to applause when he was recognized as a fabulous dancer during his days at the Kentucky School for the Deaf at a special graduation ceremony Wednesday in Danville for blacks who had been denied diplomas when they attended.

Kentucky School for the Deaf honors black students once denied diplomas

August 04, 2011 12:00 AM

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