On the surface, it was a simple scholarship presentation Thursday afternoon.
But, the $500 grant Brendan Baird won is for whites only and Marcus Carter, an African-American, awarded it.
"Just because you don't benefit directly doesn't mean it isn't beneficial," Carter, 27, explained.
The U.S. Army veteran is the vice president of the Former Majority Association for Equality, a group that awards scholarships solely to white...
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