S.C. Democratic Party 2nd vice chair Melissa Watson, party chair Jaime Harrison, Charleston software developer Bratton Riley and Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott participate in a panel on ending the school-to-prison pipeline.
S.C. Democratic Party 2nd vice chair Melissa Watson, party chair Jaime Harrison, Charleston software developer Bratton Riley and Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott participate in a panel on ending the school-to-prison pipeline. Avery Wilks awilks@thestate.com
S.C. Democratic Party 2nd vice chair Melissa Watson, party chair Jaime Harrison, Charleston software developer Bratton Riley and Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott participate in a panel on ending the school-to-prison pipeline. Avery Wilks awilks@thestate.com

Panel of SC Democrats takes aim at school-to-prison pipeline

October 01, 2016 5:14 PM

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