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DescriptionPictured is Zachary Bernard who was the first African-American teacher at John Hersey High School in Arlington Heights. In December of 1975, when the picture was taken, he was quoted as saying: "I sympathize with the youth of today. Many of them see the death, war and hunger in our country. And they see that our government is doing nothing about it. The real sorrow is that many turn to destructive action." Bernard retired from Elk Grove High...
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