George Floyd Book Event at Whitehaven High Squeezed By Tennessee Law

Students were not allowed to hear excerpts from the book nor take home a copy.


Students at Whitehaven High School in Memphis attended an assembly with the authors of “His Name Is George Floyd,” but restrictions associated with Tennessee law prevented them from hearing excerpts of the book. (Courtesy of Memphis Shelby County Schools)

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