- Faith & Family
Carolyn Fulger, 50
Substitute teacher, Liberty City
Of course. We’ve had the FAMU Marching band for years and years. Them marching is like a tradition. The entire school shouldn’t be punished for what’s going on now.
Tommy McKever, 73
Retired, Liberty City
Yes because I grew up with them.
Cecil Claire, 51
Substance abuse counselor,
Yes, but they need to get the bad seed out of the line up and start from there.
Adam Valdes, 21,
College student, Miami Gardens
Yes, because it wasn’t the entire band who did the crime. They have done more good than bad and you have to think about the good things they have done.
Jerrine Chatman, 65
Retired teacher, Liberty City
Yes, they should be able to perform again but the hazing thing got out of hand.
Frederick Smalls, 47
Service technician, Liberty City
Yes. But they should learn from [the hazing incident], never let it happen again and continue on.