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Harry V. Richardson, Atlanta Black Colleges, The Early Days of the Student Movement

So good to see so many aspects of this valuable history being preserved and properly archived. Here is a glimpse into the early thinking of the Black Atlanta college presidents. 488 more words

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Service With a Smile?

Our Woolworth Sit-In, Jackson Mississippi, 5/28/63 was the most violently attacked sit-in of the ’60s and the most publicized.   Involving a White mob of several hundred, it went on for several hours while hostile police from Jackson’s huge all-White police department stood by approvingly outside and while hostile FBI agents inside (in sun-glasses) “observed.”   Seated, left to right are Hunter Gray (John R.

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