Harlem “Nonprofit Lied To Us About Our Daughter’s Death On Trip,” Say Suit

The NY Post reports that the nonprofit run by a city school teacher failed to immediately tell a Bronx family their teen had drowned on an “academic enrichment” trip to Africa, according to a lawsuit.

Laniece Moore, 15, was spending two weeks in Tanzania building schools with Kids N Culture when she died in February 2016 while swimming in a hotel pool.

But administrators with the program — the brainchild of Harlem English teacher James Walter Doyle — told her family the girl was simply “delayed” in coming home, Moore’s mom, Felita Lee, claims in court papers.

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