Charlottesville teachers sing 'Lean on Me' after violence

More than 700 teachers and staff members from Charlottesville City Schools broke into song at a convocation for the new school year days after protests and deadly violence in their city.
0:30 | 08/16/17

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Transcript for Charlottesville teachers sing 'Lean on Me' after violence
Welcome back to GMA and you're looking at teacher this. We're getting ready for the new school year uniting last night singing lean on me. In remembering the victims of the Charlotte built violence it is very special moment in the midst. These ugly slash. At the position that teachers are in cancer and trying to explain to their children. What's going house last.

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