Students take action soon after hearing couple’s honeymoon story

Gilbert Caldwell and his wife, Grace, didn’t get the honeymoon they dreamed of 60 years ago. They have been turned away from a hotel for being black. Right after teaching a powerful lesson to a group of students, they not too long ago got a second honeymoon. Steve Hartman has their story “On The Road.”

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  1. Patricia DePiore

    These kids are going to make GREAT adults. Their kindness and compassion for others is what the world is really going to need in the future. Good job kids-your parents must be super proud of you!

  2. Thanks kids for making a hugh impact in a world full of injustice.
    Remember,all it takes for evil to thrive is for good people to do nothing.
    You all did something big.
    The school did a great job inviting this man to share with the kids some of his experiences with racism.
    We have made progress in 60 years,but we have to do better.
    Every race needs to make changes.

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