Black History Month: Easton superintendent bridges the gap on race
An Easton superintendent is trying
to bridge the gap between race in the U.S.
In less than six
months, Dr. Rydell Harrison has already made a name for himself as the new
superintendent of the Easton and Redding School District.
He says like any
transition, it's been challenging, especially teaching kids in a pandemic - but
nothing like the Capitol riot.
Harrison says when
he saw the Capitol riots on Jan. 6, he couldn't sleep that night.
He says he hopes
we can all learn something from what happened in Washington, D.C.
Harrison says he wants to remind students and parents that we all have a voice
and can change our history for the better.
He says it's
really up to all of us to create a better equality for everyone.