Daughter shares story of her father’s poor grades as he becomes first black District Attorney in U.S

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A man who was written off over poor grades in high school, has gone on to become the first black District Attorney in U.S history.

The inspiring story has gone viral as he has now become the first black District Attorney in the United States of America.

The young man who has three daughters has proven that even though going to school is important, turning out successful is key.

According to his daughter, Quuen Brian Middleton, her dad had a G.P.A of 1.9 in high school and was told he wouldn’t be anything especially with those kind of grades however, he soon became an attorney. Afterwards, he was told that he couldn’t be district attorney because he is a “Black” man but now he has been elected as Fort Bend’s first black District Attorney in the U.S

Her post on social media sparked a conversation on social media platforms as different online users recount on how their teachers in school told them they would amount to nothing, crushing their self esteem over low grades.

Read her post below:

Man written off in high school, becomes first black District Attorney in U.S lailasnews 1


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