Wednesday, October 5, 2022
WATCH: New Jersey Principal Provides Self Esteem Booster for Students by Way of Laundromat
By Sentinel Wire
Published August 22, 2018

West Side High School in Newark, New Jersey Principal Akbar Cook explains to CBS News reporter, why he incorporated a laundromat facility at the High School, in an effort to stop kids from being bullied for lack of access to clean clothes.


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