Park Dedicated To Late War Hero Robed Of His Recognition By Racism
Dozens turned out to celebrate a beloved war hero Karl Clark and posthumously re-name a park in his honor.As Devin Fehely reports, racism robbed Clark of official recognition for his bravery for decades.

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