Nate Parker was a Penn State wrestler in 2001, 15 years before his “Birth of a Nation” became the toast of Hollywood. That was also when he was acquitted of a sexual misconduct case that has come back to haunt him.
Nate Parker was a Penn State wrestler in 2001, 15 years before his “Birth of a Nation” became the toast of Hollywood. That was also when he was acquitted of a sexual misconduct case that has come back to haunt him. Craig Houtz Centre Daily Times file
Nate Parker was a Penn State wrestler in 2001, 15 years before his “Birth of a Nation” became the toast of Hollywood. That was also when he was acquitted of a sexual misconduct case that has come back to haunt him. Craig Houtz Centre Daily Times file

Penn State alumni rally around Nate Parker

August 26, 2016 06:13 PM

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