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“Four Negroes Acting Unwise?”

Charlayne Hunter-Gault, one of two students who integrated the University System of Georgia in 1961, will speak at Georgia State University (GSU) at 11 a.m. today (January 27) in the Student Center Speakers Auditorium.  Integration was attempted at GSU much earlier–in … Continue reading

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GSU Institutional History Highlights Founders & “Firsts”

Do you know who our first female graduate and faculty member was?  Can you name one of the young people who tried to integrate our school in 1956?  Who was our first African American student? Dr. David Smith, Jr. has … Continue reading

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