Harlem Boys Choir Fights to Keep Founder

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The board of the Boys Choir of Harlem has proposed changes in its administration in the wake of a sex-abuse scandal, but it also wants the group's founder to stay on. The New York City Department of Education has demanded that Walter Turnbull be fired for not taking action once the abuse came to light. Allison Keyes reports.



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