Sharon campbell

It all started in the spring of 1983 with a picnic organized by students attending the Atlanta University Center. As at other historically black colleges and universities, AUC was home to “state clubs” made up of students with common home states. The clubs held social events during the school year and served as pre-Facebook clearinghouses for shared rides home. That spring, members of the DC Metro club threw a picnic in Piedmont Park for students who found themselves stuck on campus over spring break. It was a simple event—sandwiches, coolers, boom boxes, that sort of thing, recalls Sharon Toomer, then a Spelman College freshman and one of the organizers. “A lot of us came by bus; no one had cars back then,” she says of the gathering in the field at the corner of 10th Street and Monroe Drive. In those days, Piedmont Park was shabby, the picnic area little more than a vacant lot.

That is the sort of thing that happened to Hinckley. I thoroughly recommend your Lordships to read about Hinckley. The book is written by his father and mother in alternate chapters. Sadly, I have lent the book to one of my children and I cannot remember its title, but it is a paperback. It is gripping but terrifying about what went on. It seems that the noble Lord, Lord Winstanley, has read the book.

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