Posted on February 25, 2015 by lindaoppenheim
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The second article in this series explores the growth in the number of African American students at Princeton, the role of Carl Fields, the first African American administrator, and student activism related to apartheid in South Africa.
Tags: African American history, Alan Deane Buchanan, apartheid, Association of Black Collegians, Association of Black Princeton Alumni, Brent Henry, Carl A. Fields, Daily Princetonian, divestment, Jim Floyd, Melvin McCray, Paul Carryon, Princeton University, Robert Goheen, Shriya Sekhsaria, students, Students for a Democratic Society, The United Front on South Africa, W. Roderick Hamilton
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