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6 Comments

  1. Micheal Zubah says:

    yes u can see the beauty in the parade back in the days it’s all the same.

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  2. Omareck Shaw Railey says:

    some of our parents felt that the education they had back, was so better than the ones we are having now, because of that, my father did not bother going to university. thinking he knew all from those days, and the most painful part is that he’s stopping me from going to university thinking that i will have better knowledge than he do, NGO he never ones to grow old as old as he is? but my hope is in the Lord Jesus Christ.

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  3. Omareck Shaw Railey says:

    because of this he’s not putting non of his taxi money in my education, thinking i am going to be like him, God for Bate.

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    • A.Williams says:

      My man, sad to say but, you had family issues. I hope you got the education you hunger for and have resolved all issues with your father. Though it is true, that many of the parents back in the day, were paranoid of the exposure their children were getting, which was way better then there when they grew up. So, they try hard to hold their kids back from progress.

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  4. BANKEE STEWART says:

    LOOKS LIKE THE TUBMAN HIGH SCHOOL…..SAME UNIFORM

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  5. Louis K. Sackie says:

    The students in the parade are students of WVS Tubman High School.The front group is the senior class with the tie. The junior class follows down to the ninth grade. I was in the tenth grade then , in 10-5.

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