9781463504410

Black Harvard/Black Yale

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  • ISBN13:

    9781463504410

  • ISBN10:

    1463504411

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2011-06-10
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
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Summary

BHBY is a collection of short, autobiographical memoirs from students at Harvard and Yale including, W. E. B. Du Bois, H'1890--A Negro Student at Harvard at the End of the Nineteenth CenturyWilliam Pickens, Y'1904--Yale The Henry James Ten Eyck Oratorical ContestMuriel Sutherland Snowden, H'1938Robert J. Randall, Y'1943--Affirmative Action And MeCharles Payne, Y'1952-RetributionJohn Woodford, H'1963--My Years at HarvardYale Memories: A Look Back, By yolanda joe, Yale Class of 1984,Trumbull College.Ernest L. Wilson, III, H'1970-- The Reform of Tradition, the Tradition of ReformRonald Machett, Y'1970Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Yale, '1973--How To Join The Black OverclassCharles Martin, Y'1974-Tentacles and StingCarlton Bush, H'1976-Bicentennial BluesMonique Burns, H '1977-Beyond the Black Table Robin Walker, Y'1984--My Yale ExperienceBrotherman--By David Thomas, Y 1987 Farah Griffin, H'1985--On Hair and HarvardDenise Byrd, Y'1988Susan Marie Jenkins, Y'1989--A Part of the Yale TraditionErica S. Turnipseed, Y'1993--My first semester as a womanIt presents a millennium memoir of 20th century America's progress in race and education. BLACK HARVARD/BLACK YALE is the testament to America's greatest hopes for progress in race and education. As they read BLACK HARVARD/BLACK YALE readers will feel the joys and challenges of entry into an elite within an elite. When finished they'll share the exultation of graduation but also know sacrifices and responsibilities engendered.

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