Pain, lessons remain decades after Southern shooting
Last in a four-part series
Shunda Wallace was 3 months old when her father, Leonard Brown, and another student, Denver Smith, were shot dead by a sheriff’s deputy on Southern University’s campus in Baton Rouge in November 1972.
Fifty years later, Wallace still does not know who killed her father. The anger and the grief for a dad she never got to know burn in her, especially when her 18-year-old daughter, Raven, asks questions she cannot answer.
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By Claire Sullivan, Brittany Dunn, Shelly Kleinpeter And Allison Allsop
LSU Manship School News Service