A San Diego High School senior who helps young Haitian refugees in Tijuana avoid human trafficking was Wednesday named the winner of a prize for improving race relations. Yulvi Reyes will be honored May 7 with an annual award by the Princeton Prize in Race Relations Committee of San Diego. The committee is one of 25 in the U.S. to grant the award, which is given to high school students across the country who have advanced the cause of positive race relations in their schools or communities.
San Diego high school student lauded for improving race relations
Wednesday, Apr 19, 2017