Crossroads Black History: Daule School

For 73 years, Daule School in Cuero educated African-American students during segregation.

A time in our country’s history when blacks and whites attended school separately. The historic school building still stands today.

On this Black History Month, our Jasmine Haynes tells us the sense of pride is still alive for the former students as she takes a look back at the school’s history.

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