Boys Choir of Harlem Founder Fights Ouster

Walter Turnbull, founder of the internationally renowned Boys Choir of Harlem, is fighting an attempt to fire him as head of the Choir Academy, a city public school, over his handling of sex-abuse charges against an employee. Reporter Allison Keyes follows up on this story.

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