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Tuesday, September 8, 2009 - 1:45pm

School Suspensions Called Unfair

Savannah students went back to school this week, but how many will be suspended for coming to class late or not wearing a proper uniform?

"You've got the culture of the street and the culture of the school," says Savannah Chatham County Schools Superintendent Thomas Lockamy.

"And they're two-different cultures."

African-Americans say their sons are being disproportionately suspended because of the perception that they're dangerous.

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