For most people, Martin Luther King Jr. Day ended Monday.
But that's not the case
for the students at Girls Preparatory School, who took a unique approach in
remembering the slain Civil Rights leader.
This is day two of the three-day
celebration at GPS, where they're using technology to learn about the Civil Rights era.
Students use their
iPhones, iPads, and laptops to scan the QR codes at twelve different
station offers a glimpse into different Civil Rights issues from the past.
Larry Kelley was sentenced to life in prison for murdering his ex-wife, Brenda Wilson, outside of a church in 1990.
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