in-depth and highly scientific discussion, hosted by BHHS PTSA, was led
by Julie Goler, a BHHS English teacher and professional book club
Lacks was a poor Southern tobacco farmer who worked the same land as her
slave ancestors, yet her cells—taken without her knowledge—became one of
the most important tools in medicine. Click here for more description of the book.
Forty people attended the event in a private residence,
including current and former teachers, parents, PTA members as well as
administrative staff. Superintendent Dr. Gary Woods and Jennifer
Tedford, Chief Academic Officer were among the group.
For more information on the BHHS PTSA, click here.