[Clark College Centennial Program]
This audio recording consists of Clark College’s centennial ceremony exercises. The main speaker for this ceremony is Dr. Lawrence Dunbar Reddick, a historian and the author of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s biography. Dr. Reddick speaks to the audience about the importance of Clark’s centennial for the history of black colleges. He stresses the important role the students play in maintaining the legacy of these schools and their futures. Dr. Vivian W. Henderson, 18th president of Clark College, then speaks on the forces that play a role in the “shaky state of American higher education.”
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Reddick, Dr. Lawrence Dunbar and Henderson, Dr. Vivian Wilson, "[Clark College Centennial Program]" (1969). Vivian Wilson Henderson Papers, Audio-Visual Recordings. Recording 1.