School Patrol: Students Spread Peace In Charlottesville

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A group of students have continued to bring spread peace after the violent and deadly protest in Charlottesville, Virginia.

The students were selected by Pearl-Cohn instructor Cedric Caldwell, to record "Right Now, We
Need Each Other," a song written by Grammy winner BeBe Winans.

The song was recorded to bring people together after the violence last month in Charlottesville, Virginia, which left many injured and one woman dead.

School Patrol: Students Respond To Charlottesville Violence

The students known as the "Fab Five" recorded a song encouraging love and equality that caught the attention of Charlottesville High School after Pearl-Cohn Social Studies teacher Chad Prather, who used to teach in Charlottesville, sent the video to his friends there.

They were so impressed, that they invited the singing students to perform with their high school 
orchestra.

So, last week, the group along with a production crew from Pearl-Cohn, traveled to Charlottesville and
sang their song.

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