Righting A Wrong of the Day: What a difference 24 hours can make. On Friday, word spread of Kameron Slade, a fifth-grader enrolled at PS 195 in Queens, New York. Slade had won a speech writing contest at school and was set to deliver his winning speech on same-sex marriage in front of the student body. Principal Beryl Bailey denied Slade that chance, but made a 180-degree turn on that decision overnight. Slade is now set to deliver his speech at a special assembly on Monday.