The Roanoke Times Addison Youth Is State Jaycee Contest Winner
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A story discussing 17-year-old Kenneth Whitlock, from Lucy Addison High School, winning the Junior Chamber of Commerce regional oratorical contest. He is the first African-American to do so. The article also notes he was the president of the state NAACP Youth council and received a national award for the NAACP on the same day as his contest win.
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