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Gov. Roy Cooper honored Black History Month on Tuesday by recognizing African American education leaders from across the state for their many accomplishments that have helped move North Carolina forward and left a positive impact on students. One of the honorees was Randolph Sessoms, right, the first black superintendent for Wilson County Schools. Also pictured is honoree Dudley Flood, statewide education leader and K-12 educator, coach and principal.