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Controversial Leader Receives Top N.C. Honor

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Uploaded on Aug 31, 2010

Raleigh, N.C. - Supporters of Wake County's conservative school board majority are upset with Governor Bev Perdue for awarding the state's top honor to a controversial civil rights leader.

Reverend William Barber received the Order of the Long Leaf Pine in August. Perdue presented it to him after a civil rights group in Durham recommended him for the award.

Earlier this summer Barber was arrested a two Wake County School Board meetings. He led vocal protests against the board's plans to end the school system's diversity policy. At least 30 other people were arrested.

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