MAKING A DIFFERENCE: On August 3, 1999, a group of graduates of Booker T. Washington High School gathered to commemorate their success at convincing Miami-Dade Public Schools to once again turn Booker T. into a high school. Pictured clockwise from front: Maud Newbold '58, Millicent Henderson '57, Charles F. Johnson '60, Carolyn K. Dunnell '59, Robert L. McKinney '60, Alphonso Brown '56, Juanita Humes '51, Eugene Strachan '55, Elaine Symonette '57, and Jimmy Johnson '60.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE: On August 3, 1999, a group of graduates of Booker T. Washington High School gathered to commemorate their success at convincing Miami-Dade Public Schools to once again turn Booker T. into a high school. Pictured clockwise from front: Maud Newbold '58, Millicent Henderson '57, Charles F. Johnson '60, Carolyn K. Dunnell '59, Robert L. McKinney '60, Alphonso Brown '56, Juanita Humes '51, Eugene Strachan '55, Elaine Symonette '57, and Jimmy Johnson '60. Patrick Farrell Miami Herald file
MAKING A DIFFERENCE: On August 3, 1999, a group of graduates of Booker T. Washington High School gathered to commemorate their success at convincing Miami-Dade Public Schools to once again turn Booker T. into a high school. Pictured clockwise from front: Maud Newbold '58, Millicent Henderson '57, Charles F. Johnson '60, Carolyn K. Dunnell '59, Robert L. McKinney '60, Alphonso Brown '56, Juanita Humes '51, Eugene Strachan '55, Elaine Symonette '57, and Jimmy Johnson '60. Patrick Farrell Miami Herald file

Community leader Robert McKinney, who helped revive Booker T. High, dies at 73

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