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  • Elementary school mural causes concern

    The mural on Stevenson Elementary in Russellville was completed in 1999, but its portrayal of black children working has recently provoked criticism.

The mural on Stevenson Elementary in Russellville was completed in 1999, but its portrayal of black children working has recently provoked criticism. falfonso@herald-leader.com
The mural on Stevenson Elementary in Russellville was completed in 1999, but its portrayal of black children working has recently provoked criticism. falfonso@herald-leader.com

Kentucky school mural’s portrayal of black children causes concern

May 08, 2017 4:52 PM