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Tried in court of public opinion

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Allegations and rumors began circulating a few weeks ago claiming financial misconduct in the Black and Gold Foundation and personal vendettas being carried out by the school’s administration against those who dared speak out.

Calls for a vote of no confidence were made, meetings were held, and at every step, the media was informed and our coverage lent credibility to the rumors.

In my opinion, the approach of the Grambling University National Alumni Association and its president, James Bradford, was wrong and here’s why.

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