Posted on February 25, 2015 by lindaoppenheim
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The third article in the series considers the effect of co-education, the role of the Third World Center as a social space, and the anti-apartheid divestment movement.
Tags: African American history, apartheid, Association of Black Princeton Alumni, Brent Henry, co-education, Daily Princetonian, divestment, eating clubs, Jim Floyd, Karen Ruffin, Lawrence Hamm, Melanie Lawson, Melvin McCray, Occupation of Nassau Hall, People’s Front for the Liberation of South Africa, Princeton University, Rhinold Ponder, Robert Goheen, Shriya Sekhsaria, Third World Center
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