Ad Hoc Committee Colt Descadis
Vivian Wilson Henderson Papers
This audio recording contains a speech delivered by Dr. Vivian Henderson at a meeting on May 22, 1967. Dr. Henderson describes some of his research findings. He also discusses the challenges faced by people who "suffer the burdens of history." Dr. Henderson asserts the importance of equality of access over equality of opportunity in education and describes the testing and entrance experiences of African American students once they are admitted into college. He stresses the necessity of historically black colleges being integrated.
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Henderson, Vivian, "Ad Hoc Committee Colt Descadis" (1969). Vivian Wilson Henderson Papers, Audio-Visual Recordings. Recording 7.