Going home

May 1997
Jet;05/26/97, Vol. 92 Issue 1, p36
Reports that Lenard Clark has returned home from the Rehabilitation Institute in Chicago, Illinois. Clark, an African-American teenager, as the victim of a racially-motivated beating that left him a coma; His cognitive functions after the coma.


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