PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AR) - A high school southeast of Little Rock would not let a black student be valedictorian though she had the highest grade-point average, and wouldn't let her mom speak to the school board about it until graduation had passed, the graduate claims in Federal Court.
Kymberly Wimberly, 18, got only a single B in her 4 years at McGehee Secondary School, and loaded up on Honors and Advanced Placement classes. She had the highest G.P.A. and says the school's refusal to let her be sole valedictorian was part of a pattern of discrimination against black students.
This is just stunning. Simply stunning. Some white people have to get over themselves. Sorry, Jesus was not white. Sorry, Jesus's father and mother were perfectly human (and besides, the translation should be "young woman" and not "virgin"). Sorry, you are African apes. Just get over it.