Two Black students were forced to share high honors after white parents cried error

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2 Black students in West Point, MS were named valedictorian and salutatorian this year. The parents of 2 white students refused to accept that, ultimately resulting in 4 honorees. Ikeria Washington and Layla Temple who were originally awarded the high honors join Ali Velshi to discuss how this unfolded at their high school and why they think their “co-honorees” didn’t earn their titles like they did.



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